Spring 2024 Online Edition

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Over the Edge

Dramatic in the best sense of the word, Norbert Hirschhorn’s new collection is written to be spoken and meant to be heard.

Reviewed by Warren Woessner

Night of Loveless Nights

A new edition of Robert Desnos’s truant poem marks the 50th anniversary of its translation into English by New York School poet Lewis Warsh.

Reviewed by Geoffrey Hagenbuckle

Fugue and Strike

The grotesque yet inquisitive poetry of Joe Hall returns to the limelight in Fugue and Strike, his fourth full-length collection.

Reviewed by Greg Bem


Rob Schlegel’s fourth poetry collection examines parents' fragile emotional resilience in an age when capital and mass media tell us to find individual solutions for collective problems.

Reviewed by Stephanie Burt



Best known for the 1972 smash hit The Joy of Sex, the protean author Alex Comfort was actually a respected public intellectual influential in a variety of fields, as detailed in this new biography by Eric Laursen.

Reviewed by Richard Kostelanetz