Two PoemsNew poetry by Rebecca Tamás, from her collection WITCH.
Deng’s Dogs‘From the moment he lit his first Inca, we both understood that we were engaged in a fight.’ Santiago Roncagliolo on human rights activist Father Hubert Lanssiers.
Capital Gains‘Delhi is a segregated city; an impenetrable, wary city.’ Rana Dasgupta on the new Indian aristocracy.
Kevin Breathnach is on the verge of cracking up. An excerpt from the book Tunnel Vision.
A story from Terese Svoboda’s new collection, Great American Desert.
Martin Goodman | Notes on Craft
Martin Goodman on why it took him twenty years to write his latest novel.
Margaret Atwood on her friend and editor, Diana Athill.