Patrick R. Crowley reviews Donatien Grau’s “De Civitate Angelorum.”
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Eric Newman and Kate Wolf are joined by the author, editor, and co-founder of the New Narrative movement Robert Glück to discuss his latest book...
Jordan S. Carroll reviews Anthony Galluzzo’s “Against the Vortex: ‘Zardoz’ and Degrowth Utopias in the Seventies and Today.”
Alessia Degraeve explores what is gained, and what is lost, when poetry ventures off the page and onto the screen.
“Good to Think With,” but Also Delicious: A Conversation Between Merry White and Benjamin Aldes Wurgaft
Merry White and Benjamin Aldes Wurgaft discuss their new book “Ways of Eating: Exploring Food Through History and Culture.”
Julie E. Cooper explores the collapse, in the wake of October 7, of traditional Zionist narratives about the presumed protections of the Jewish...
J. D. Connor explains what Fox’s game show “Snake Oil,” Disney’s film “Haunted Mansion,” and NBC’s crime series “The Irrational” have in common.
Brandon Sward traces the lines between race, sexuality, and colonialism in Vishal Jugdeo’s “Caribbean Television” at Commonwealth and Council.
Eileen G’Sell reviews Nathaniel Rosenthalis’s “The Leniad,” Jana Prikryl’s “Midwood,” and Dorothea Lasky’s “The Shining.”
So bad it’s good, or all the way around to bad again? A. J. Urquidi ponders this and more at a screening of Tommy Wiseau’s sophomore film.
Four Palestinian poets write in a time of catastrophe.
Kate Manne argues that contemporary philosophy has a trans problem.
Todd May argues that we should resist echo chambers that reinforce our beliefs by taking a step back, taking a deep breath, and taking stock.
Andrew Holter interviews Will Hermes about his new biography “Lou Reed: King of New York."
Jonathan Lewis explores the importance of transformation to confront trauma and conflict in Nnedi Okorafor’s compelling new speculative novel...
Eric Newman and Medaya Ocher are joined by writer and critic Andrew Chan to discuss his latest book, “Why Mariah Carey Matters.”