Literary journals

Hooray, L.A.

After taking a swipe at “pretentious” New York, the LAist gives a shout-out to the under-heralded Los Angeles literary scene with a list of the city’s best literary journals. “From the darklyRead more »

Peretz in Exile

New York magazine this week profiles Martin Peretz, who stepped down as editor of The New Republic, which he has edited and co-owned since 1974, on January 1st. Peretz hasRead more »

The old, new review

The hoary king of French literary reviews, the Nouvelle Revue Francaise, celebrates its 100th year anniversary with a special issue fêting many of their past great contributors. Jonathan Littel writesRead more »