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Issue One

Featuring:

Meena Alexander
Clare Cavanagh
Beth Ann Fennelly
Juan Gelman
Peter Orner

Kyle Minor
& many others

web features

DESTINATION: Jack Saebyok Jung on Korean Books in Translation "Korean culture is still obscure to many American readers, but the tide is changing...Recent critical and commercial success of Korean literature has made many readers hungry for more stories from contemporary Korea.."

DESTINATION: Jack Saebyok Jung on Korean Books in Translation

"Korean culture is still obscure to many American readers, but the tide is changing...Recent critical and commercial success of Korean literature has made many readers hungry for more stories from contemporary Korea.."

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Excerpts from Timothy O'Grady's Children of Las Vegas In 2009, Timothy O'Grady relocated from Europe to Las Vegas. Stories from the people he met there, interspersed with his own reflections, make up his book Children of Las Vegas.

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Excerpts from Timothy O'Grady's Children of Las Vegas

In 2009, Timothy O'Grady relocated from Europe to Las Vegas. Stories from the people he met there, interspersed with his own reflections, make up his book Children of Las Vegas.

INTERVIEW with Sean Hill "I’m conscious of issues of authority and appropriation and making claims on things I don’t have a right to, so when writing about actual historical persons, I feel a bit less comfortable adopting the 'I'—their 'I.'"

INTERVIEW with Sean Hill

"I’m conscious of issues of authority and appropriation and making claims on things I don’t have a right to, so when writing about actual historical persons, I feel a bit less comfortable adopting the 'I'—their 'I.'"

DESTINATION: D.C.'s Capitol Hill Books "When the Obama people came in, they brought lots of intellectuals...suddenly guys were coming in looking for philosophy and fiction. Under Bush it was mostly women buying books, and the men would come in and pose."

DESTINATION: D.C.'s Capitol Hill Books

"When the Obama people came in, they brought lots of intellectuals...suddenly guys were coming in looking for philosophy and fiction. Under Bush it was mostly women buying books, and the men would come in and pose."

INTERVIEW with Gabriel Winslow-Yost "But I think what’s most interesting and exciting about comics is not how they can do what prose novels or journalism already do, but that they can do things no other medium can..."

INTERVIEW with Gabriel Winslow-Yost

"But I think what’s most interesting and exciting about comics is not how they can do what prose novels or journalism already do, but that they can do things no other medium can..."

INTERVIEW with Lisa Rose Bradford "I find [Gelman's] work contagious. When I first read Carta abierta, I thought I was exploring ways to write about grief but ended up so moved by the text that I decided to translate it."

INTERVIEW with Lisa Rose Bradford

"I find [Gelman's] work contagious. When I first read Carta abierta, I thought I was exploring ways to write about grief but ended up so moved by the text that I decided to translate it."

Book Reviews