Tomas Tranströmer’s Final Interview
Read poetry and essays on Tomas Transtromer.
Invitation, Sacrifice, Souvenir: Yoko Ono’s “Cut Piece”
Yoko Ono's iconic work of performance art "Cut Piece" was recently re-enacted by musician Peaches.
The Global Rise of Street Art
Pow! Wow! mural festivals are growing internationally and exponentially. Learn about the rise and acceptance of street art.
“No Duty But That to Herself”: American Girls in Paris
The American GIrls' club was created not only to feed and house American girls in Paris in the 1890s
Stars and Scars: Disfigurement in Film
Onscreen, scarring represents a loss of beauty for women and toughness for men, but what about the actors who bear visible scars?
Richard, Prince of Instagram Appropriation
While recent media debates why and how his Instagram art sucks, Richard Prince’s appropriation has long been a controversial, hot topic.
How to Disappear Completely: Linguistic Anonymity on the Internet
Is anonymity on the Internet linguistically possible?
The Real Anna Leonowens
The real-life story of Anna Leonowens is actually more interesting than her fictionalized life in "The King and I."
The North American Review Turns 200
Happy birthday to the North American Review!
Flannery O’Connor’s Stamp
Flannery O'Connor is being honored by a new stamp, which will be released on June 5th.