Arts & Culture
‘How Should a Person Be?’ by Sheila Heti
To be fascinated = to have nothing to say
‘Instantly I Was Love’ by Amanda Nadelberg
Simply a Brothel
‘At least I had my heart broken by a professional’
Forget marriage, what’s more fun than falling madly in love with a piece of real estate?
Love is love, adventure is adventure, sex is sex. So why do bookstores still have a “Gay/Lesbian” section?
Mark Twain’s Mississippi Dreamgirl
Love magic of the Berfrois
Amy Bloom reads her story ‘Where the God of Love Hangs Out’
The Two Times I Loved You the Most In a Car by Dorothea Grossman
‘An initiation in infinitude was the gift Dickinson offered to the few she admitted to intimacy…’
Vis and Ramin/Tristan and Iseult: is there a direct connection between these poems of courtly love?
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It Was a Public University All Along
‘Back from the Fields’ by Peter Everwine
Microscopic Insect Photography
‘Rodin’s Debutante’ by Ward Just
Jonathan Yeo at the Armory
David Brent, Literary Critic
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