The Editors on lessons from the primaries, Scott Sherman on a new collection of interviews from the Paris Review, and Lorna Scott Fox on Herta Müller.
After May 18's primaries, it's clear: despite all the Tea Party talk, there's as much turbulence among Democrats as Republicans.
We can't get financial reform on the scale we need without embarrassing people.
Will Social Security become President Obama's sacrificial lamb?
It's a shifty strike zone.
We're not anxious about whether Elena Kagan is gay. We're anxious about whether she's masculine.
For Herta Müller, writing is not a matter of trusting, but rather of the honesty of the deceit.
Post-independence cinema in Nigeria has been swept aside by Nollywood, a video CD industry with a cable-access aesthetic and a penchant for stories about violence and corruption.
Ayn Rand was a melodramatist of the moral life: the battle is between the producer and the moochers, and it must end in life or death.
How Barack Obama has fashioned a personal and political identity by treating the history of the civil rights movement as a usable past.
Nothing is simple in the poems of James Schuyler, not even the formal austerity of looking out a window.