An interview with Joshua Cohen by Shir Alon

Q. We’re anticipating that the publication of this book—a large, sprawling novel written in language that would seem at home among modern and late-modern greats like Joyce or Gaddis—will raise some real questions about our contemporary literary expectations. Some readers Read on! →


Life On Sandpaper

In terse prose, inspired by the associative and breathless drive of bebop, Kaniuk’s memories race between the ecstatic devotion of his beloved Harlem jazz clubs, to the volcanic gush of passion, pain, art, and drugs that was Greenwich Village. Read on! →

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