• Invisible Heads: Underground American Surrealism 1972-2010

    Invisible Heads, published by Anon Editions, is a remarkable 700+ page collection, pulling together forty years of rarely-seen work by dozens of artists and writers associated with...

  • BRONX

    BRONX

    BRONX is the result of a walk we—Allan Graubard, Kirstin Chappell, and Paul McRandle—took on August 4, 2013, wandering with minimal direction from a visit to Edgar Allan Poe...


Fiction

Not A Boy

Eliza wanted a boy. She and Ted didn’t have a boy and they wanted one. She lay under him, she lay on top of him, and they set about making a boy. First, however, they got pregnan...

Articles

Warm Spring May Mean Drought and Wildfires in West

The early spring of 2012 raised both temperatures and eyebrows, including President Obama’s. As reported in The Weekly Standard and elsewhere, the President recently commente...

Poetry

Flow

Through a plague of sleeplessness, a tide of brine along the shores of her skin, an empty spot on a cape surrounded by the loudness of the well-meaning, the busy and everyone else,...

Reviews

The Tender Hour of Twilight by Richard Seaver

Paris in the ‘50s, New York in the ‘60s: A Memoir of the Publishing’s Golden Age Richard Seaver, edited by Jeanette Seaver Farrar, Straus and Giroux ($35) It’s usually good...

Surrealist NYC

Invisible Heads: Underground American Surrealism 1972-2010

Invisible Heads, published by Anon Editions, is a remarkable 700+ page collection, pulling together forty years of rarely-seen work by dozens of artists and writers associated with...