Randy Fertel

Randy Fertel, PhD, has taught at Harvard, Tulane, the University of New Orleans, and the New School for Social Research. A contributor to NPR, Huffington Post, the Smithsonian, and Creative Nonfiction, he wrote The Gorilla Man and the Empress of…

Daniel Torday

This interview was conducted by Hilary Plum, Book Review Editor for Kenyon Review. Some summer evening we were walking back from the Kokosing River toward Kenyon College—we were teaching, or he was, and I was passing through—and Daniel Torday was…

Rolf Yngve

Rolf Yngve is a former captain in the US Navy whose stories were first published and anthologized in the 1970’s. Best credit: Best American Short Stories, 1979. More recent work appears in Glimmer Train, Indiana Review, Fifth Wednesday and others.…

Chana Bloch

Chana Bloch’s Swimming in the Rain: New and Selected Poems will be published in 2015. The author of four collections of poetry, she is cotranslator of the Song of Songs as well as translator of Israeli poets Yehuda Amichai and…

John Koethe

John Koethe’s most recent book is ROTC Kills. His previous book, Ninety-Fifth Street, received the Lenore Marshall Award. An excerpt from his poem “La Durée” can be found here. The full poem appears in the Jan/Feb 2015 issue of the…

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