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Abigail Deutsch Reviews New Biography of James Laughlin December 9, 2014: At The Wall Street Journal, Abigail Deutsch writes about New Directions founder James Laughlin. “When he wasn’t running a publishing house, running a ski resort or running around, Laughlin [...] by

Mina Loy’s Only Novel, Insel, Reviewed at The Wall Street Journal May 20, 2014: “Forty-eight years after her death, the mysterious Mina Loy continues to emerge as if from a Modernist mist,” writes Martin Riker for The Wall Street Journal in a new review of Mina [...] by

New York Public Library Responds to Outcry, Abandons Renovation Plans May 8, 2014: The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal both confirm the rumors: The New York Public Library will abandon its controversial renovation plan. “Its decision came amid three lawsuits and [...] by

Poetry Whips Its Hair Back And Forth September 3, 2013: Yup! As the Wall Street Journal writes: Poetry, an art form often treated as whipping boy in the cultural landscape, is on an unexpected uptick in New York. As the Nuyorican Poets Cafe celebrates its [...] by

Ismael Reed on Twain’s “sensitive” censors January 5, 2011: When Alan Gribben last week explained to Publishers Weekly that his new edition of Mark Twain’s The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and The Adventures of Tom Sawyer was omitting “racially [...] by