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The oldest literary review in the United States, we publish a magazine of writing, art, and interviews twice per year.
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Whiting Foundation Jun 27
Congratulations to the winners of the inaugural Whiting Literary Magazine Prizes: , , and !
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Whiting Foundation Jun 27
"A Public Space stands as a paradigm of what literary magazines can be: a gorgeously curated collection we experience as a cabinet of wonders." Congratulations to 2018 Whiting Literary Magazine Prize winner !
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Lambda Literary Jun 4
Edmund White accepts the Visionary Award.
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Lambda Literary Jun 4
The winner in Lesbian Fiction is for 'Her Body and Other Parties,' published by .
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Jennifer Harvey 🕊️ Jun 1
"I think it’s incredibly important that writers change form now and then, exercise other sides of their language. This is how precision is born."
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The Yale Lit Mag Jun 1
Check out our interview with , whose new book, MIRROR, SHOULDER, SIGNAL, is out on June 5th from .
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The New Inquiry May 29
What are the intimacies held in the space in which ghosts appear?
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Princeton University Press May 29
“For me, shadows came to symbolize another dimension of life, perhaps something even more than its holder.”— in . See her work in Black Out at !
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The Yale Lit Mag May 29
"A well-organised home shows restraint: good fences make good lovers; good paint makes good fences. A shelf of books is worth more unread." —"Furniture Music," by Wei Tai Ting
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Jacobin May 26
Philip Roth (1933–2018)
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The Yale Lit Mag May 26
"I want to ask if these memories are mine or merely the reflection of electric lights against the storefront" —"On Winning the Award for Most Outstanding Shopper," by Samuel Lee
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A Public Space May 23
Replying to @fionamaazel
"The *and* that pops up throughout her prose and allows its emotional logic to accommodate nuance and complexity, to marry competing sentiments." Read an appreciation of Dorthe Nors' literary style by , on our site:
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The Paris Review May 26
“I suppose the early stories were like snapshots more than formal photographs. They were also filled with my personal worry beads: music, more music, dogs, snow, digs at Nixon.” —Ann Beattie
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The Yale Lit Mag May 26
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Designed by Tommy Huang '19
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The Yale Lit Mag May 25
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Read work by both authors, and many others, from the fall issue of our magazine: . Each has also published in our latest issue, coming in late August.
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The Yale Lit Mag May 25
The Lit is thrilled to honor Oriana Tang and Stephen Williams-Ortega with the Francis Bergen Memorial Prize, awarded for "the most credible contribution" to the magazine in poetry (Tang) and fiction (Williams-Ortega).
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Jody Rosen May 23
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The Yale Lit Mag May 25
Preview of our all-blue Spring Issue, to be launched at the start of next semester!
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Yale University May 21
Marilynne Robinson receives Honorary Doctor of Letters
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Graywolf Press Mar 15
. accepts the John Leonard Prize at the 2017 National Book Critics Circle Awards for HER BODY AND OTHER PARTIES 🎉
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