October 8, 2018

On The English Patient

By Aatif Rashid

Last week, a piece called “The Movie Assassin” made the rounds on social media, part personal essay on the struggles of being a movie reviewer, part analysis of our society’s […]

May 24, 2018

On “The Death of the Novel”

By Aatif Rashid

Declaring that the novel is dead sometimes feels like a pastime as old as the novel itself. Even men in the nineteenth century would lament how the novel was being […]

January 1, 2016

The Year Twenty Fixteen

By Brian Michael Murphy

When my daughter counts, she recites all the numbers in order, until she reaches “12, 13, 14, Fixteen, 17, 18, 19….” Soon enough, I’m sure she’ll separate fifteen and sixteen […]