Crisis exposes the limits of paranoia as a defense mechanism
An interview with Elaine Kahn about her new book of poems, Romance or The End
Leopoldine Core, in conversation with Mary Elizabeth Borkowski
Now a feature film, Jon Savage's history of 20th century adolescence Teenage is a modern classic on kids and demographics. Savage talked with TNI co-founding editor Mary Borkowski on youth culture now and then
An interview with Kate Zambreno about her new book Heroines, now in stores.
The genius and demons of Pentagram’s Bobby Liebling
Lynne Ramsay’s We Need to Talk About Kevin and culture's problem with bad mothers
Recently published work by modernist Mina Loy from Dalkey Archive
Erik den Breejen’s pop synesthesia and the Beach Boys’ SMiLE
The authors of The Chosen Peoples: America, Israel, and the Ordeals of Divine Election, Todd Gitlin and Liel Leibovitz, in conversation with TNI.
Once again, the sloppy scholarship of the layman and how the internet fuels his curiosity is under attack.
In commemoration of J.D. Salinger, we repost one of our favorite essays, “Better to Fade Away than to Burn Out?” Editor Mary Borkowski defends authorial privacy in an era where digitally enabled self-promotion is the norm; and with the rise of self-publishing—an imperative.
John Tremblay at Francesca Pia (Contemporary Art Daily) “Writing, as such, takes an almost intolerable combination of hubris and naiveté. This has destroyed many a…
One solution to the publishing quandary is in these very editions. To make books more appealing as objects, even as aesthetic objects thanks to thoughtful design, taps into part of what makes reading a pleasure as a tangible sport, not something you download and scroll through on an electronic device.
Beauties have their weaknesses. Buildings have their flaws.