By: Daniel Troy King Lear by William Shakespeare is a classic that dramatizes the ascent and descent of power in many characters. In doing so, Shakespeare explores power and what it means. […]
Story: Out of Place
By: Adam Kluger It was a snowy Saturday and I was headed to King Carol Record store on the Upper East Side to check out what new albums were in. Zig-Zag Records was […]
Rudyard Kipling’s ‘Plagiarism’ in Jungle Book
A letter by Rudyard Kipling, which he’d written in 1894, has now surfaced in London in which he’d admitted to plagiarising some of his best known works, including parts of the famous—The Jungle Book. It […]
‘Writing is like going back to dark places’ is a recent thing that fell into my ears. A renowned author has said this in an interview to a newspaper. He’s not the […]
What is Poetry?
By: Geoffrey Hoffman What is poetry? In what form should it be written? Ought it to be written at all, or is it nothing but escapist nonsense behind which we shy from […]