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1. Sometimes music is needed.

            2. Sometimes silence.

            3. A novel, like all written things, is a piece of music, the language demanding you make a sound as you read it.

Fiction

Joan Silber

My high school girlfriend wanted me to marry her. Who gets married in high school?

            “My mother isn’t even married,” I said.

Poetry

Rosanna Warren

The moon dragged her string-net bag of shadows through the boughs

Reviews

A survey of ten recent, celebrated poetry books suggests that today’s poets have, in our unprecedented times, come upon an unprecedented discovery: each of us, it turns out, has a body. Actually, each of us has the body.

This Just In

“But here, none too soon, are the second-hand bookshops. Here we find anchorage in these thwarting currents of being; here we balance ourselves after the splendors and miseries of the streets…”
From “Street Haunting: A London Adventure,” by Virginia Woolf, The Yale Review, Vol. 17, no. 1, October 1927.

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