Poetry

The Thing You Fear Is Not the Thing That Kills You The Thing You Fear Is Not the Thing That Kills You

Nov 20, 2023 / no-paywall / Christina Olson

Nation Poetry

Lavender Lavender

Dec 18, 2023 / no-paywall / Margaret Ray

Nation Poetry

Tablets VII Tablets VII

Oct 30, 2023 / no-paywall / Dunya Mikhail

Nation Poetry

The Body in Fragments The Body in Fragments

Nov 13, 2023 / no-paywall / Yuki Tanaka

Iman Mersal’s Lost Cairo

Iman Mersal’s Lost Cairo Iman Mersal’s Lost Cairo

In Threshold, the poet revisits a city that transformed her and a generation of radical artists and intellectuals. 

Oct 3, 2023 / Books & the Arts / Amir-Hussein Radjy

Nation Poetry

from Earth’s Last Word (A superstitious poem) from "Earth’s Last Word (A superstitious poem)"

Jan 29, 2024 / no-paywall / Valerie Hsiung

Evgeniya Berkovich speaks at Snob magazine's Made in Russia 2021 awards ceremony at the Yermolova Moscow Drama Theater.

Hunt Murderers, Not Poets Hunt Murderers, Not Poets

In support of arrested Russian poet Evgenia Berkovich.

May 10, 2023 / The Nation and Katrina vanden Heuvel

The Gift of Slam Poetry

The Gift of Slam Poetry The Gift of Slam Poetry

A short history of a misunderstood literary genre and the world it created.

Apr 26, 2023 / Books & the Arts / Joshua Bennett

Alissa Quart

Is the American Dream a Long Con? Is the American Dream a Long Con?

A conversation with Alissa Quart about her new book Bootstrapped, an examination of how the ideology of individualism helped create the conditions for inequality.

Apr 5, 2023 / Editorial / Rhoda Feng

Pablo Neruda in New York in 1966

The Possible Murder of Pablo Neruda The Possible Murder of Pablo Neruda

Questions have surrounded the legendary Chilean poet’s death for years, and a new inquiry suggests that he might have been poisoned.

Feb 23, 2023 / Peter Kornbluh

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