Vol.17 No.1 Spring 2012 (#65)

Thomas Frank, Paul Maliszewski, Andrea Camilleri, Jenny Boully, Kimiko Hahn, Kenneth Goldsmith, and much more... purchase now


Thomas Frank: Isn’t It A Pityinterviewed by Eric Lorberer and Robert Martin
Paul Maliszewski: Prayer and Parableinterviewed by Amie Barrodale


The Word: Heard It Through The Grapevineessay by Allan Kornblum
Inspector Salvo Montalbano and The Deep Open-Air Cave That Is Sicily An Appreciation of Andrea Camilleriessay by Louis Phillips
Derek Jarman and The Memory Palace Of Lifeby Matthew Cheney
mnartists.org Presents: Art On Iceby Andy Sturdevant

Cover artwork "Steep Ascent" by Gladys Swan


The New Lifeby Gary Sullivan
Chapbook Cornerby Erin M. Bertram
featuring There Is Another Poem In Which The News Is Erased and Written | by Zachary Harris



The Voice Of The River | Melanie Rae Thon | by E. J. Levy
You Deserve Nothing | Alexander Maksik | by Jeremy Butman
Mrs. Nixon | Ann Beattie | by Ann Bogle
Train Dreams | Denis Johnson | by Joshua Willey
Shadow Traffic | Richard Burgin | by Colin Fleming
Anno Dracula | Kim Newman | by Kris Lawson
Fantastic Women: 18 Tales Of The Surreal and The Sublime From Tin House | Rob Spillman, ed. | by Laird Hunt
Sweet Talk | Stephanie Vaughn | by Jonah C. Sirott
The Angel Makers | Jessica Gregson | by Erika Stevens
Ether | Ben Ehrenreich | by Steve Street
The Double Life Of Alfred Buber | David Schmahmann | by Benjamin Woodard


There’s a Road to Everywhere Except Where You Came From | Bryan Charles | by Robert M. Detman
The Letters Of Samuel Beckett, Volume II, 1941-1956 | George Craig, Martha Dow Fehsenfeld, Dan Gunn, Lois More Overbeck, eds. | by John Pistelli
Fire The Bastards! | Jack Green | by Dan Visel
Why Not?: Fifteen Reasons To Live | Ray Robertson | by Scott F. Parker
Is That A Fish In Your Ear?: Translation and The Meaning Of Everything | David Bellos | by Florencia Lauria
Uncreative Writing: Managing Language For The Digital Age | Kenneth Goldsmith  | by Allie Curry
I Swear I Saw This: Drawings In Fieldwork Notebooks, Namely My Own | Michael Taussig | by W. C. Bamberger
The Sweetest Thing: A Boxer’s Memoir | Mischa Merz | by Jeff Bursey
Why Read Moby-Dick? | Nathaniel Philbrick | by Ryder W. Miller
Body Of A Dancer | Renée E. D’Aoust | by Jessica Handler
Monsters In America: Our Historical Obsession With The Hideous and The Haunting | W. Scott Poole | by Jeremy Biles


Solar Throat Slashed | Aimé Césaire | by Kevin Carollo
And Tell Tulip The Summer | Allan Graubard | by Valery Oisteanu
Collected Poems | Jack Gilbert | by Kimberly Burwick
On The Border Of Snow and Melt | Georgy Ivanov | by Amy Henry
The Odicy | Cyrus Console | by Julie Babcock
Tres | Roberto Bolaño | by John Bradley
Toxic Flora | Kimiko Hahn | by Sumita Chakraborty
The Uncertainty Principle | Mark Kraushaar | by Mark Liebenow
House Inspections | Carsten René Nielsen | by John Bradley
Moving Day | Ish Klein | by Virginia Konchan
Not Merely Because Of The Unknown That Was Stalking Toward Them | Jenny Boully | by Cindra Halm


African-American Classics | Tom Pomplun and Lance Tooks, Eds. | by Paul Buhle
Blue | Pat Grant | Isaac Butler

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