American writer and comedian Nato Green on the American press coverage of the Cuban presidential transition.
"I came of political age in 1968, the annus horribilis to the nth power, the longest year ever recorded, a year when America morphed into Amerika."
Adam Novy argues that the alt-right’s favorite philosopher, Jordan Peterson, gives a painfully bad reading to the classics.
Katie Orphan communes with the spirit of Mark Twain in Virginia City, Nevada, where Twain worked for the local newspaper.
Anthony Seidman discovers "Antología de la poesía en el Salvador," edited by José Roberto Cea and published in 1971, in the back room of Alias Books.
An essay by Kenny Fries, excerpted from the recent collection "Alchemy of the Word: Writers Talk About Writing (2nd Edition)."
Anna Dorn discusses "Trip" by Tao Lin.