(Re)Creating the Past
by Sam Schuman The distinction between “correct” and “true,” or what we talk about when we talk about “history.”
The World From Below
by Lilyanna D’Amato The best children’s literature sees the world from below; revisiting it as an adult is an act of returning to oneself.
by Sam Schuman In isolation, pets, like books, can be a saving grace—just ask Virginia Woolf.
The Second Sex: A Translation of “Le Deuxième Sexe” by Simone de Beauvoir
by Simone de Beauvoir, translated by Julia Peterson Theory in translation from the Spring 2019 issue.
On-Going: A Translation of “Hingegend” by Anne Duden
by Anne Duden, translated by Elizabeth Yearsley Poetry in translation from the Spring 2019 issue.
A Book About Happiness
by Dmitri Aleksandrovich Prigov, translated by Isak Saaf Consisting of poems and dialogues.
After Fang Si-Qi’s First Love Paradise
by Wenna Chen An essay from the Spring 2018 issue.
Chloe Liked Olivia
by Leah Cohen Literary muses in female friendship.
La Vida, La Fuerza, La Mujer
by Adriana Teitelbaum An essay from the Fall 2017 issue.