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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.

Mummy

Disenchantment and Dogma

Salmagundi 212 - 213, Fall 2021 - Winter 2022

Beauty in Struggle:

On Jacob Lawrence

The Future of a Bronze Age Religion

Salmagundi 212 - 213, Fall 2021 - Winter 2022

Merit?

Salmagundi 212 - 213, Fall 2021 - Winter 2022

Diane Arbus and Sylvia Plath:

“The Horror! The Horror!”

Salmagundi 212 - 213, Fall 2021 - Winter 2022

The Forward-Looking Anachronist:

Johan Huizinga and Autumntide of the Middle Ages

Cornelius
Cornelius Eady (Tie by Susan Micklem)

The Home Key #3:

An Interview with Cornelius Eady

If You Would Let Me

Three Books, Two Hats, and an Essay Survival Plan

Roth and the Biographers

On Meritocracy and Faith

Salmagundi 212 - 213, Fall 2021 - Winter 2022

CAN THE AMERICAN MERITOCRACY GET RELIGION?

A Symposium

Salmagundi 212 - 213, Fall 2021 - Winter 2022

Weightless Effusions

Salmagundi 212 - 213, Fall 2021 - Winter 2022

Can a Free Society Enforce Inclusiveness?

Rick Moody, Life Coach:

The Record of Your Experiences