Posts Tagged: Issue 5

The Limit on Choosing: a Review of 'The Tyranny of Choice'

In the developed world we have been told that we can customize our lives, making them exactly what we’d like them to be.  But this promise is actualized by very few people, though is implicitly or explicitly promised to all. 

The Limit on Choosing: a Review of 'The Tyranny of Choice'

In the developed world we have been told that we can customize our lives, making them exactly what we’d like them to be.  But this promise is actualized by very few people, though is implicitly or explicitly promised to all. 

Mail-Order Marriage 2.0

The Newlyweds is a thoroughly modern drama that takes a hard, close look at ordinary people figuring unconventional answers to the timeless problems of love and money.

Mail-Order Marriage 2.0

The Newlyweds is a thoroughly modern drama that takes a hard, close look at ordinary people figuring unconventional answers to the timeless problems of love and money.

Sheet Music: Poems

 In Sheet Music, Robert Gibb considers the natural world as well as the man-made one via the gaze of music—with an emphasis on classical, but also jazz—creating via language what otherwise might be drawn on score paper as musical notation. Two things

Sheet Music: Poems

 In Sheet Music, Robert Gibb considers the natural world as well as the man-made one via the gaze of music—with an emphasis on classical, but also jazz—creating via language what otherwise might be drawn on score paper as musical notation. Two things

Future Paths Unfollowed: The Poetry of Joseph Ceravolo & Laurence Lieberman (Part 1)

by R. Salvador Reyes

Poets move like shoals of fish through the ocean of our literary history. But there are those few loners, the daredevils, the quixotic…

Future Paths Unfollowed: The Poetry of Joseph Ceravolo & Laurence Lieberman (Part 1)

by R. Salvador Reyes

Poets move like shoals of fish through the ocean of our literary history. But there are those few loners, the daredevils, the quixotic…

Unheard American Voices

Spanning a hundred years, Jessica Maria Tuccelli’s debut novel, Glow, is a tale of generations and the generational legacy of American race relations. Essentially, it is the story of a mother, Amelia McGee, a woman of mixed Cherokee and Scotch-Irish

Unheard American Voices

Spanning a hundred years, Jessica Maria Tuccelli’s debut novel, Glow, is a tale of generations and the generational legacy of American race relations. Essentially, it is the story of a mother, Amelia McGee, a woman of mixed Cherokee and Scotch-Irish

Amelia Gray

Ameila Gray’s first novel

Amelia Gray

Ameila Gray’s first novel

Holy Terror

This summer, BBC America will begin airing a new series called Copper. Set in the grimy downtown wards of mid-19th Century Manhattan, the series will follow an Irish immigrant police officer as he navigates the teeming streets of the Five

Holy Terror

This summer, BBC America will begin airing a new series called Copper. Set in the grimy downtown wards of mid-19th Century Manhattan, the series will follow an Irish immigrant police officer as he navigates the teeming streets of the Five