Welcome to Issue # 15 of POLITICS/LETTERS. We’re going through some changes here, but we’ll come out ahead. Just not of ourselves. We lead with Nancy Fraser’s presidential ...On May 20, 2019 / By James Livingston
Here’s the new Quarterly, #13. To me, it reads as a series of reports from far afield—a kind of foreign correspondence. We begin with M. J. Andersen’s remembrance ...On September 17, 2018 / By James Livingston
At the heart of this new issue are three astonishing essays, by Philip Polefrone, Stephen Clingman, and Sean McCann. Each in their own way, they’re “reviews,” ways of ...On May 28, 2018 / By James Livingston
Herewith is Issue #11 of Politics/Letters. We’re on a roll. The uncanny thematic of this new issue is, according to my deeply biased reading, a meditation on where ...On March 2, 2018 / By James Livingston
Herewith Issue # 10 of our little magazine, the quarterly version. As you know by now, P/L Live is our faster side. Here we run longer pieces—not slower, ...On November 27, 2017 / By James Livingston
Here we are at Issue # 9, wondering, as you are, how we got this far. Hard work? Nah. Perseverance? Not that, either. What then? Got me. But ...On August 28, 2017 / By Editor
1972, the year he gave hanlf the money from his Booker Prize to the Black Panthers and smashed the conventions both of television and of art history forever ...On May 22, 2017 / By Editor
I write this introduction to Issue # 7 in the state of melancholy most of our readers share, or have experienced, since November 8, 2016. One truly appalling dimension of ...On February 27, 2017 / By Editor
We’re back with a new issue. Ba da boom. We planned on one big feature for the issue which didn’t pan out. It was to be an interview ...On November 25, 2016 / By Editor
We’re back, right on schedule, thanks to the foraging skills of associate editor Bruce Robbins, who found most of the authors who follow. We open with my “interview” ...On June 27, 2016 / By wpadmin
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