Stories By Jascha Kessler
No Heroes Need ApplyOctober 25, 2021
By the time we come to T.S. Eliot, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and Ernest Hemingway in the...
Frau Braun and The Tiger of AuschwitzOctober 24, 2021
The principal accused was an Auschwitz commandant, one Wilhelm Boger, whose sobriquet was “The Tiger of...
Book Review: Myths from Mesopotamia by Stephanie DalleyOctober 23, 2021
I asked them why they, unannounced, wished to meet with the director and they told me...
Centuria: 100 Ouroboric Novels by Giorgio ManganelliOctober 20, 2021
Americans in this therapy-mad epoch tend to take, rather mistake, an “experience” for that fateful “event.”...
Between Alpha and Omega: Some Observations on Poetry and Poetry’s Task in our TimeOctober 5, 2021
We lived heretofore in the multitude of villages scattered world-wide amongst the ruins of the Tower...
Archival Culture(s)October 5, 2021
It is scarcely news that in a vast, pluralistic country like the United States, minorities should...
Book Review: In the Basement of the Ivory Tower by Professor XSeptember 22, 2020
X’s short 21 chapters of informal prose mix the personal-poignant and social-pathetic. They illuminate the pathology...