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OUT NOW

#216-217, our fall-winter issue, is out now and includes a long interview with art writer JED PERL, a new essay by Nobel laureate OLGA TOKARCZUK, WILLIAM DERESIEWICZ’s political column “On Not Drinking the Kool-Aid,” ELIZABETH BENEDICT’s account of our current and largely dispiriting sexual landscape, KEVIN BROWN on Robert Johnson and the blues, as well as JEFFREY MEYERS on Anne Frank and Audrey Hepburn. Plus new fiction, poems, personal essays and columns. Follow the CURRENT ISSUE link above to purchase the issue or subscribe to SALMAGUNDI. We’ll be featuring work from the new issue on this site along with our Instagram and Facebook accounts.

A Thousand Gentle Smotherings

Salmagundi 216-217, Fall 2022 - Winter 2023

Ms. Annye, Li’l Robert Johnson & Them

Salmagundi 216-217, Fall 2022 - Winter 2023

Soul Sisters:

Anne Frank and Audrey Hepburn

Salmagundi 216-217, Fall 2022 - Winter 2023

The Praxis of “Practice”

Salmagundi 216-217, Fall 2022 - Winter 2023

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Fierce Nostalgia: Notes From a Non-Native Austinite

The Home Key #8:

Regina Spektor, Onto-Theologically

On the Bobos

Salmagundi 214-215, Spring - Summer 2022

The Pleasures of Censorship

Salmagundi 214-215, Spring - Summer 2022

A Selection from Elias Canetti’s The Book Against Death

The Black Intellectual & The Condition of the Culture

A Salmagundi Symposium at Skidmore College

Salmagundi No. 206-207, Spring-Summer 2020

Wielding the Lyric

On Now It’s Dark

Emerging from Censorship

Salmagundi No. 100, Fall 1993

Woody Allen

Salmagundi 216-217, Fall 2022 - Winter 2023

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The Home Key #7

An Interview with Rickie Lee Jones

Deadfacting: On Exhuming the Past For Present Purposes

Sunday with Trees

Salmagundi 214-215, Spring - Summer 2022

Invisible Ink: A Mystery

Salmagundi 214-215, Spring - Summer 2022

Memorial to Venus

Salmagundi 214-215, Spring - Summer 2022

Phillips and Emerson:

Against Understanding

On Learning How To Act:

A Reply to Adam Phillips & The Pleasures of Censorship

What’s the Matter with Sex?

Salmagundi 216-217, Fall 2022 - Winter 2023

Authority & Freedom:

A Conversation with Jed Perl

Salmagundi 216-217, Fall 2022 - Winter 2023

On Not Drinking the Kool-Aid

Salmagundi 216-217, Fall 2022 - Winter 2023

Magic Mountain

Salmagundi 216-217, Fall 2022 - Winter 2023

The Measuring Muse

Salmagundi 214-215, Spring - Summer 2022

What Lurks Below the New Class War

Salmagundi 214-215, Spring - Summer 2022

Nabokov and Balthus:

The Erotic Imagination

Salmagundi 214-215, Spring - Summer 2022

The Super-Ego in the Green World

Race & Integration:

An Interview with Calvin Baker

Susan sontag

Women, The Arts, & The Politics of Culture

An Interview with Susan Sontag

Salmagundi No. 188/189, 2015

Allesverloren

Salmagundi #144-145 (2004-2005)

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The Home Key #9:

An Interview with Chris Forsyth

Make Our Institutions Great Again

On ‘Wayne Thiebaud 100’ and a Conversation With the Artist at Age 101

Salmagundi 214-215, Spring - Summer 2022

Googlegangers & Flaccid Designators

Salmagundi 214-215, Spring - Summer 2022

Kalim Mansour

Salmagundi 214-215, Spring - Summer 2022

Ferocious Entertainment:

Lionel Shriver

Salmagundi 214-215, Spring - Summer 2022

Notes on Monogamy

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The Home Key #6:

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