The Long-Winded Lady

by Maeve Brennan

I don't know whether in Ireland she is considered an Irish writer or an American. In fact, she is both, and both countries ought to be proud to claim her. — William Maxwell

Most Recent

Essay Unlocked

Delia and Rose and The Long-Winded Lady

Maeve Brennan's essays contain all her love for the streets and the bewildered people who find themselves upon them.

Criticism Unlocked

Smashing The Mirror

William Wall introduces Dave Lordan’s new essay collection, The Word in Flames

Criticism Unlocked

September, October

Sarah Ladipo Manyika's Like a Mule Bringing Ice Cream to the Sun is a work operating within the memento mori tradition of death being ever present—and closer, closer still.

From the Archives

🔒 Poetry

Scent of a Salesman

Issue 21, Volume 2: Spring 2012

🔒 Poetry

Wind Flower

Issue 24, Volume 2: Spring 2013

🔒 Fiction

I Already Missed The Start

Issue 20, Volume 2: Winter 2011 (The New York Issue)

🔒 Poetry

The Astrophysicist’s Party

Issue 28, Volume 2: Summer 2014