Articles of Note

The rents were low, the cultural world was small and buzzing with theories, markets, and movements. Ah, to be in New York in the 70s... more »

New Books

The combustible household of Samuel Johnson included a bibulous doctor, a blind poet, and Johnson's servant and heir: Francis Barber... more »

Essays & Opinions

On June 3, 1926, T.S. Eliot promised an essay, "The Contemporary Novel," to Edmund Wilson at The New Republic. It remained unpublished until now... more »