Fiction from Danielle Evans, who was recently selected for the National Book Foundation's "5 Under 35," will appear in Issue 50.
Sigh, my heart was broken.
by Alice Pfeiffer The forgotten yet oddly spectacular spaces encourage viewers to reconsider their standards of beauty.
by Ella Delaney If you want to be a journalist or probably even a writer in general, a reporter in the broadest sense of the...
Carlos Slim said, “All desirable things must be accessible. It’s a gift to the city.”
by Ella Delany Yet the success of the No.1 Ladies’ Detective Agency series suggests we are happy to leave reality tucked away.
by Yardenne Greenspan As an MFA student, I find this book comforting.
by Austen Rosenfeld Rather than telling stories the“old- fashioned” way, a consistent forward-moving narrative revealed from a single protagonist, these books present their stories from...
by Ella Delany Bishop liked to “keep her poetry objective, often genderless.” She refused to be published in otherwise all-male anthologies because, “she didn’t want...
Good early readers—that is readers who are honest, insightful, and unafraid to tell the truth—can save a writer months of work.
Check out a provocative blog post from Issue 49 contributor Michelle Tea.