You really ought to check out this great interview with Dwight Garner, book critic for the New York Times. Says Garner on reading good criticism: “There’s nothing like reading a critic in real time. That’s the blue meth.”
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Our warmest congratulations to Alice Munro. The charms of her fiction are too numerous to count. The Nobel wasn’t necessary to remind us that her work will enchant readers and inspire writers for years to come–though it’s a delight to see honor given where it’s so clearly due.
Please join us tomorrow evening for the 2013 Turnbull Lecture. The speaker is Paul Mariani, poet, essayist, and biographer. Mariani has received many honors, including a Guggenheim Fellowship, a National Endowment for the Arts, a National Endowment for the Humanities (twice), and the 2009 John Ciardi Award for Lifetime Achievement in Poetry. His lecture is […]
We’re pleased to announce that The Hopkins Review is now accepting electronic submissions. Please use our online submissions manager to submit your work. We will continue to accept submissions via mail. However you send it, we hope you’ll consider sharing your work with us!
The Fall 2013 edition of The Hopkins Review is now available. We have poems from Peter Cooley and Siobhan Campbell; artwork from Phyllis Berger; essays from Stanley Plumly and Robert Bagg; reviews from Jefferson Hunter, X.J. Kennedy, and Jay Rogoff; and much, much more. You can order this issue or–better yet–subscribe to the Review by […]
The Tudor and Stuart Reading Series kicks off tonight with readings by Bobby Mitchell (fiction) and Kjerstin Kauffman (poetry). The event will take place in the Tudor and Stuart Room (Gilman 388) at 7:00.The T&S Reading Series is hosted by the Writing Seminars at Johns Hopkins University. It provides graduate students at Johns Hopkins with […]
We have an exciting reading scheduled for next week. Hopkins’ very own Alice McDermott and Brad Leithauser will be reading from their new work. For McDermott, that would be Someone, her forthcoming novel. For Leithauser, it’s The Oldest Word for Dawn: New and Selected Poems. The reading will happen Tuesday, September 10 from 6:30-8:00 pm […]