• In Memoriam: George Craig (1931–2019)

    Gabriel Josipovici remembers his friend, George Craig (1931–2019), the translator of the letters of Samuel Beckett.

    Appelfeld’s Funeral — A Triptych

    David Stromberg reflects on the funeral of Aharon Appelfeld who died in January of 2018.

    Remembering Eileen Battersby

    Susan Curtis remembers author, journalist, and literary critic Eileen Battersby, who died on December 23 at the age of 60.

    Difficult Lessons: Remembering Andrei Bitov (1937-2018)

    José Vergara remembers the Russian writer Andrei Bitov, who died on December 3.

    Centenary: Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn (1918-2008)

    "Had he died during the 1960s, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn would have been remembered as a hero, a prophet, and a great writer from a country of great writers."

    Intimate Struggle: On V.S. Naipaul

    Anjan Sundaram on V.S. Naipaul, whose flaws, rather than his powers as a writer, have unjustly become the focus since his death.

    The Ghost of the Jungle

    In remembrance of Alan Rabinowitz, one of the modern era's great conservation scientists.