Remembering Louise Glück

Four decades of the Nobel Prize winner's poetry


Louise Glück

Burning Leaves

Louise Glück

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Mock Orange

Louise Glück
Jan Brandes, Ananas, 1785. Courtesy Rijksmuseum, Amserdam.


Louise Glück

Ms.’s debut included pieces on welfare, lesbianism, abortion, and how children learn gender roles. It also demonstrated how seriously Steinem and her collaborators took the politics of representation.

Maggie Doherty The First Cover of Ms. Magazine

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The Nature of Shelter

Brenda Shaughnessy

Lorraine Hansberry’s Queer Archive

The playwright’s lesbian fiction has gone largely unpublished. But she wanted you to read it.
Alec Pollak

Theater Selfie

Gregory Pardlo

How Emily Wilson Reimagined Homer

Her boldly innovative translation of the Iliad is an epic for our time
Emily Greenwood

The Choice Plot

Why are so many new novels obsessed with whether–and how–to have children?
Sanjena Sathian
Black and white photograph of a basketball hoop shot upwards from below


Merritt Tierce
TYR Talks

Garth Greenwell on the Ethical Limits of Teaching and Making Art

An excerpt from The Yale Review's Spring Festival
Garth Greenwell

Found Frame Works

Y. Malik Jalal’s wrought portraits of Black life

Naming Joan Custard

Leanne Shapton
Sheila Heti


Leopoldine Core


Justin Jannise

Bass Notes

Leopoldine Core

Announcing The Yale Nonfiction Book Prize

A new book prize, co-sponsored by Yale University Press and The Yale Review. Submissions open January 15, 2024.
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Service or Servitude?

The Bear and The Menu give us very different views of capitalism
Daniel W. Drezner


Jamel Brinkley

Jamel Brinkley

The writer on perspective and positions of power
Elliott Holt

Oprah Winfrey wears a tiara, standing with cast members of SNL

Has Anyone Talked About How It Feels

Oprah Winfrey’s reign
Kathryn Lofton

My Mother and The Exorcist

How horror reconciled me to loss
Marlena Williams