What do you think of when you think of Salmagundi? “Serious”? High culture? Belletristic? Sure, all those things, plus what you might not expect. Read our new issue — #220-221 — to confirm and shake up your sense of Salmagundi.
The new issue includes items on a wide variety of subjects and features essays, columns, an interview and memoir: West Side Story / Nobel laureate J.M. Coetzee (a long interview) / On Bees / Jeffrey Meyers on “writer’s writer” James Salter / A Park Avenue memoir / Martin Jay on Black Art / The Gay Hussar / The Martyr, a story by Mary Gordon / A memorial tribute to poet Barry Goldensohn / The Films of Jordan Peele (inaugural column from our film critic Sam Kahn)