Literary magazines are the legend to the map of American letters.
What is the wider cultural influence of literary magazines? To be certain, I am not sure there needs to be one.
I will be posting one poem, composed of dialogue from the show, for every episode of The Bachelorette with Desiree Hartsock.
Let’s talk about the tray of elephants in the room.
It’s so flattering, the way they want to get my attention.
This is all about you finding the man of your…
Easily the best part about The Bachelorette being back on the air? The return of Leigh Stein’s Bachelorette poems.
“Dr. Kristin M. Barton is seeking proposals for an edited volume … which will explore Arrested Development from a scholarly perspective,” reads a call for submissions on H-Net. I can see the titles of these essays now. Can’t you? “Desperation Economics: There’s Always Money in the Banana Stand” or “I Don’t Know What I Was Expecting: An Exploration of Dead Doves and Tragicomedy.”
There can’t be a novelist in America who watched ‘The Wire’ and didn’t think, ‘Oh my God, I want to do something like that.’