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Jay Deshpande

Jay Deshpande is the author of Love the Stranger, forthcoming in 2015 from YesYes Books. His poems have appeared in Sixth Finch, Blunderbuss, Atlas Review, Narrative, Forklift Ohio, and elsewhere. More of his work can be found at www.jaydeshpande.com.

Articles

Jay Deshpande

Mark Strand’s Almost Invisible isn’t just a modest book; it is a book that seeks its own disappearance.

Jay Deshpande

In her follow-up to Orchidelirium (2004), Deborah Landau explores a new relationship between the poet and the urban night.

Jay Deshpande

Transition and transience govern the obsessions in this first collection.

Jay Deshpande

Jacob Hacker and Paul Pierson lead a forum on the transformation of the Democratic Party.

Plus essays on Zionism and geopolitics after October 7; poetry by Fady Joudah; and more.

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Jacob Hacker and Paul Pierson lead a forum on the transformation of the Democratic Party—with responses from Ro Khanna, Lily Geismer, Dorian Warren, Heather Gautney, and others. 

Plus essays on Zionism and colonialism, Walter Rodney’s legacy, and geopolitics after October 7; poetry by Fady Joudah; and more.

Preorder now or become a member at any level to get it as your first issue.