As We Know redefines the writer/editor relationship by blurring all boundaries between them. Gina Myers reviews.
Norman Feliks investigates the hauntingly Nietzschean aspects of Andrew Worthington’s debut novel, Walls.
Mark Baumer goes deep line by line into the bloodbath of language that is Patricia Lockwood’s Motherland Fatherland Homelandsexuals.
Freely Frayed takes a look at how the work of Korean poets such as Don Mee Choi and Kim Hyesoon grapple with the US’s manipulation of their home country as a military toy. Joyelle McSweeney reviews.
Bribery bears witness as an unrelenting cavalcade of American grotesquery. Ed Steck reviews.
Identity, fallibility, and self-discovery weave a provocative intuitive fabric for Wendy Ortiz’s memoir centered around a relationship with her teacher. Lucy Tiven reviews.