Winter Recipes From the Collective

2020’s Nobel Prize in Literature winner, Louise Glück, gives feeling to the anxieties and uncertainties of the collective future in her latest book of poetry, Winter Recipes From the Collective. Meditating between life and death, beginnings and endings, change and stillness, and interconnectedness and loneliness, Glück captures the small but profound and haunting moments that dominate the current moment. Her newest collection, comprised of 15 elegantly …

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Perfect pairings for the colder months

Bidding farewell to summer is bittersweet. As longer, warmer days make way for gloomier weather, there’s still plenty to look forward to. And one of the most simple pleasures of autumn and winter is reading a good book while wrapped up in a blanket. As the wind, hail, rain or snow whizzes around outside and you’re cozy indoors, here are some pairings to consider—from poetry …

Pilgrim Bell

Poet Kaveh Akbar’s Pilgrim Bell embarks on a divine journey, meditating on his family’s life as Muslims in America, the immigrant experience and struggles with addiction. Once again, the award-winning writer proves his masterful control over language, finding faith within darkness and the self beneath the surface of his work. Fiercely intimate and lyrically vivid, this book of poems is a moving and memorable read.