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

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

INTERVIEWS

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

FEATURES

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

Plus:

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

REVIEWS

FICTION

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

NONFICTION

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

POETRY

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

COMICS

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

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