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Percival Everett

Drama

The Emcee Inquisition, Revisited

An excerpt and annotation
Dominique Morisseau

A Closer Look

Ed Ruscha's Every Building on the Sunset Strip

Why the artists' book is a reminder of freedom
Jim Lewis

Poems on the Divine

Nine poets at the edge of the signifiable

April 2023

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Drama

black pain redux

A dramatic monologue
Jasmine Lee-Jones

Revisiting Dag Hammarskjöld’s Mysterious Death

One man is known to have survived the infamous crash. Why was his testimony hidden?
Susan Williams

Free All Necks

How the groundbreaking work of artist and teacher Alma Thomas inspired a generation of Black students
Alexis Pauline Gumbs
Books

Life in the Algorithm

It has reshaped culture—but how? Two new books reckon with our digital predicament.
Anna Shechtman

Darran Anderson and Sapphire Goss

A writer and an artist on the sublime potential of video art

Announcing The Yale Nonfiction Book Prize, co-sponsored by The Yale Review and Yale University Press.

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From "Once Seen"

Percival Everett’s portraits

Michael Cunningham

The novelist on time, Instagram, and keeping the faith
Elliott Holt

Streaming the Polycrisis

Why have TV miniseries about catastrophe become all the rage?
Adam Fales

Ucky Art

Judith Scott, Eva Hesse, and the visceral power of "texxture"
Lauren Elkin

Revisiting Andrew Holleran's Dancer from the Dance

The novel that introduced a new post-Stonewall gay sensibility
Garth Greenwell
A stack of old issues of The Yale Review. Courtesy Pentagram

Again On the Slaughter

A response to the Israel-Hamas war
Peter Cole
A stack of old issues of The Yale Review. Courtesy Pentagram

Speaking Unspeakable Words

A response to the Israel-Hamas war
Feisal G. Mohamed