How J. Edgar Hoover’s paranoid view of literature led him to target African-American writers.
Money is sitting around in its sweatpants listlessly spooning peanut butter out of a jar.
Tens of millions were murdered or expelled from their homes in a whirlwind of ethnic cleansing.
In this increasingly confined land, art is a vital escape—if you can get the instruments past the checkpoint.
Andersen first heard about the Attica uprising during a stint on Rikers Island. His new play brings the rebellion to life at the Public Theater.
Is the promotion of violence inherent to any religion?
Orhan Pamuk might be Turkey’s most-talked-about author, but Yaşar Kemal remains its most loved.
Is the well-being of the cultural middle class the key to American creativity?