Jacob Bacharach discusses John Dolan's prose translation of Homer's epic, "War Nerd Iliad."
Apoorva Tadepalli examines the depiction of and disregard for employment in the work of Charles Bukowski and Hunter S. Thompson.
Dr. Viorica Marian describes the history of African American English, and considers the powerful symbolism of the use of Xhosa in "Black Panther."
Sebastian Stockman recounts his harrowing experience as a judge for the National Book Critics Circle John Leonard Award.
Tara Ison gets stuck in a haboob in Arizona, and reflects on a lifetime of dangerous road trips.
Hollis Robbins discusses Chinese scholarship of American literature.
Elizabeth Harper visits Zamora to see Spain’s oldest Holy Week celebration.