Contents of the Summer 2017 Issue

Ray Klimek
CC Primo Levi

Digital C Print
(30 x 40 inches), 2017
Copyright held by the artist

Ray Klimek

CC Primo Levi (digital C print)

William Firebrace
A Fine Place for a Storm (PDF)

Charles Bardes
Distortions on Tudor Physicians (poetry) (PDF)

Adam Phillips
"Loose Change": The Conversions of William James

William Casement
Authenticating Antoine

Paul Maliszewski and James Wagner
Caldera (fiction)

Marc Vincenz
Three Poems

Jessica Burstein
All Politics

Eugene McCarraher
God and Mammon, Incorporated (PDF)

Megan Vaughan
Colonial Melancholia

James Longenbach
Two Poems

George Toles
The Theater of Aloneness in Film

Jackson Lears: Invisible Inheritance
Editor's Note — Summer 2018

Selections from our Fall 2019 issue…

An Isadorable Unbound
Christoph Irmscher

In June 1914, a group of six young German girls, the Isadora Duncan dancers, made their public debut at the Trocadéro in Paris.

Two Poems
Marsha Pomerantz
Fuji does not float
but will not drown. Below mist
loyal boatmen loll. . .

After Exceptionalism
Patrick Lawrence
At four-thirty in the afternoon of Saturday, 4 April 2009, Barack Obama stood before a throng of correspondents in the Palais de la Musique et des Congrès, a high-Modernist convention center on the place de Bordeaux in Strasbourg.

Looking for Europe in a Benedictine Garden
Paolo Rumiz translated by Gregory Conti
The old monastery sleeps in the winter mist, anchored like a battleship on the last promontory of the Euganean hills overlooking the plain.

Vicissitudes of Plot (fiction)
Gordon Lish
She said, "Take them if you want them."
She had opened the drawer, and said, "Take some if you want."
She drew the drawer open and said, "If you want some, take some."
The drawer was almost all of the way open.

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