October 2, 2017

Why We Chose It

By Jaquira Diaz

“We Not Die,” by Karl Taro Greenfeld, appears in the Sept/Oct 2017 issue of the Kenyon Review. Initially, what attracts me most to a story or essay is the language, […]

September 8, 2017

Mix-Tape II: Through Neon Lens, Darkly

By Rosebud Ben-Oni

A month before Donald Trump won the election in 2016, Entropy Magazine ran poet and humorist Holly Burdorff’s experimental piece “What Spills Out When Torn in Two // Reality in […]

November 3, 2015

Shorty Short Takes

By K.E. Ogden

No, it’s not an article from The Onion. Amazon really DID open a physical bookstore. Wow. Just wow.  And speaking of fear, the Prague Writer’s Festival wants YOU this weekend. They’re […]

January 13, 2014

Why We Chose It

By David Lynn

Listen to Jaquira Díaz read “Ghosts”. On “Ghosts” by Jaquira Díaz Love in a time of war—one of literature’s most ancient, most lasting, […]