Zach Savich & Adam Clay: In Conversation

Adam Clay
April 29, 2016
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During March 2016, Zach Savich and Adam Clay (a former and current editor at the Kenyon Review, respectively) discussed their new books, The Orchard Green and Every Color (Omnidawn, 2016) and Stranger (Milkweed Editions, 2016). * Dear Adam, Let me start with…

Other Inquisitions: Chasing the Northern Lights

Rosebud Ben-Oni
April 27, 2016
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…[T]he universe had no beginning. It existed forever as a kind of quantum potential before ‘collapsing’ into the hot dense state we call the Big Bang. Unfortunately many articles confuse ‘no singularity’ with ‘no big bang.’ ­—astrophysicist Brian Koberlei on…

#reclaimosu

Pablo Tanguay
April 27, 2016
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Thirty-one years ago this month, in April of 1985, as an undergraduate at Columbia, I spent, with hundreds of others, three weeks blockading the university’s administration building. The blockade was one of the final steps in a student-led, years-long effort…

What Eyes Are These

Rosebud Ben-Oni
April 26, 2016
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Go to, let us go down, and there confound their language, that they may not understand one another’s speech. –Genesis 11:7 (The Tower of Babel)   Ever since you could remember, you have had a recurring dream in which you…

Prince, The King of France

Brian Michael Murphy
April 26, 2016
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“Ahhhh, Prince! C’est enorme!” shouted Jean-Baptiste as I handed him a burned copy of the pop god’s most recent release, Musicology. He was a French college student from a small town in Normandy, a goateed guitar player, a major in…

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