John Romano looks back fondly on the titan of cinema and culture, Cicely Tyson.
Remembering Professor Eavan Boland
Melih Levi looks back on his time with "champion of young writers" Eavan Boland.
On the 192nd Anniversary of the Birth of Jules Verne
Howard A. Rodman looks back on the legacy of Jules Verne and his most powerful narrative creation, Nemo.
Nothing Gold Can Stay: Reflecting on the Legacy of Kobe Bryant
Mansoor Khan reflects on what the basketball legend meant to him as a child, an adult, and a Pakistani-American.
“What Is Not But Could Be If”: On the Death of David Berman
Elliot Schiff remembers David Berman.
Clive James, 1939–2019
Robert Daseler remembers television critic and intellectual luminary Clive James.
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.