Hockey, Megan Frampton, & More

Time’s Convert From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of A Discovery of Witches, a novel about what it takes to become a vampire.  On the battlefields of the American Revolution, Matthew de Clermont meets Marcus MacNeil, a young surgeon from Massachusetts, during a moment of political awakening when it seems that the world is on the…… Continue reading Hockey, Megan Frampton, & More

‘Language Like a Pickaxe’: An Interview with Chloë Bass

Emily Raboteau A sign reading “How much of love is attention?” from Chloë Bass’s “Wayfinding,” St. Nicholas Park, Harlem, 2019 I first encountered the work of conceptual artist Chloë Bass in the fall of 2019 while walking to work through Harlem’s St. Nicholas Park. On the sloping hill up to City College, a reflective billboard—a…… Continue reading ‘Language Like a Pickaxe’: An Interview with Chloë Bass

My Friend John Lewis

Danny Lyon John Lewis speaking in Greenwood, Mississippi, 1963 He was born John Robert Lewis in a wooden house that had no electricity in Troy, Alabama. He had ten siblings, including a brother who was born deaf. His mother called him Robert. As a child he played and ran through the 120 acres his father…… Continue reading My Friend John Lewis

A Story in One Sentence

By The Paris Review August 25, 2020Inside the Issue To showcase the variety of the short stories published in the Summer issue, we asked the five writers to select a single sentence that marked the moment they first knew what story they were writing.  This sentence struck me because it is delivered completely innocently, almost boastfully.…… Continue reading A Story in One Sentence

Mark Twain’s Mind Waves

By Chantel Tattoli August 25, 2020Arts & Culture ©Ellis Rosen In February, in our family iMessage group, my brother asked our mother to indulge his craving for egg salad sandwiches. “That is so weird,” I replied. “I dreamt of mom’s egg salad two days ago.” It had been years since I had eaten it, but…… Continue reading Mark Twain’s Mind Waves

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