Contents


Filling Our Eyes with Sunshine

Olafur Eliasson: In Real Life an exhibition at Tate Modern, London, July 11, 2019–January 6, 2020

Olafur Eliasson: Experience edited by Anna Engberg-Pedersen, with an essay by Michelle Kuo

Studio Olafur Eliasson: The Kitchen by Olafur Eliasson, with a preface by Alice Waters

Stardom Is Born

The Drama of Celebrity by Sharon Marcus

Celebrity: A History of Fame by Susan J. Douglas and Andrea McDonnell

Playing to the Gods: Sarah Bernhardt, Eleonora Duse, and the Rivalry That Changed Acting Forever by Peter Rader

‘Resist and Disobey!’

Little Boy by Lawrence Ferlinghetti

Ferlinghetti’s Greatest Poems edited by Nancy J. Peters

Writing Across the Landscape: Travel Journals 1960–2010 by Lawrence Ferlinghetti, edited by Giada Diano and Matthew Gleeson

Why Not Film What Happened?

Unrelated a film written and directed by Joanna Hogg

Archipelago a film written and directed by Joanna Hogg

Exhibition a film written and directed by Joanna Hogg

The Souvenir a film written and directed by Joanna Hogg

The Unsinkable Modernist

Gropius: The Man Who Built the Bauhaus by Fiona MacCarthy

The Bauhaus and Harvard an exhibition at the Harvard Art Museums, Cambridge, Massachusetts, February 8–July 28, 2019

Bauhaus: Weimar, Dessau, Berlin, Chicago by Hans M. Wingler

Our Lethal Air

The Invisible Killer: The Rising Global Threat of Air Pollution—and How We Can Fight Back by Gary Fuller

Choked: Life and Breath in the Age of Air Pollution by Beth Gardiner

Clearing the Air: The Beginning and the End of Air Pollution by Tim Smedley

Integrated Science Assessment for Particulate Matter (External Review Draft, 2018) United States Environmental Protection Agency

Letter to EPA Administrator on the EPA’s Integrated Science Assessment for Particulate Matter, April 11, 2019 Review by the Chartered Clean Air Scientific Advisory Committee

Women on the Verge

Territory of Light by Yuko Tsushima, translated from the Japanese by Geraldine Harcourt

Child of Fortune by Yuko Tsushima, translated from the Japanese by Geraldine Harcourt

Woman Running in the Mountains by Yuko Tsushima, translated from the Japanese by Geraldine Harcourt

The Missing 43: Five Years Later

Faces of the Disappeared: Ayotzinapa: A Chronicle of Injustice by Tryno Maldonado, translated from the Spanish by Chandler Thompson

A Massacre in Mexico: The True Story Behind the Missing Forty-Three Students by Anabel Hernández, translated from the Spanish and with an introduction by John Washington

I Couldn’t Even Imagine That They Would Kill Us: An Oral History of the Attacks Against the Students of Ayotzinapa by John Gibler, translated from the Spanish by Gibler and with a foreword by Ariel Dorfman

Waiting for the Perfect Word

Journeys: A Poet’s Diary by A.K. Ramanujan, edited by Krishna Ramanujan and Guillermo Rodríguez

The Interior Landscape: Classical Tamil Love Poems edited and translated from the Tamil by A.K. Ramanujan

Australia’s Shame

No Friend But the Mountains: Writing from Manus Prison by Behrouz Boochani, translated from the Farsi by Omid Tofighian, and with a foreword by Richard Flanagan

Contributors

John Banville’s latest novel is Mrs. Osmond. (October 2019)

Christopher R. Browning is Frank Porter Graham Professor of History Emeritus at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the author, most recently, of Remembering Survival: Inside a Nazi Slave-Labor Camp.
 (February 2019)

Michael Chabon lives and works in Berkeley and Los Angeles. (September 2019)

Sarah Churchwell is a Professor of American literature and ­humanities at the School of Advanced Study, University of London. Her book Behold America: The Entangled History of “America First” and “The American Dream” was published last year. (September 2019)

J.M. Coetzee is Professorial Research Fellow at the University of Adelaide. He is the author of seventeen works of fiction, as well as ­numerous works of criticism and translation. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2003. (September 2019)

Martin Filler’s most recent book is Makers of Modern Architecture, Volume III: From Antoni Gaudí to Maya Lin, a collection of his writing on architecture in these pages. (September 2019)

Jonathan Freedland is an editorial-page columnist for The Guardian. His latest novel is To Kill the Truth, published under the pseudonym Sam Bourne.
 (September 2019)

Jorie Graham’s most recent book of poetry is Fast; a new collection will be published next year. She teaches at Harvard. (September 2019)

Gregory Hays is Associate Professor of Classics at the University of Virginia. (September 2019)

Adam Hochschild’s books include King Leopold’s Ghost, To End All Wars, and, most recently, Lessons from a Dark Time and Other Essays. He teaches at the Graduate School of Journalism at the University of California at Berkeley. (September 2019)

Ian Johnson is a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist who lives in Beijing, his home for more than twenty years. His most recent book is The Souls of China: The Return of Religion After Mao. (October 2019)

Verlyn Klinkenborg’s books include Several Short Sentences About Writing and Timothy; or, Notes of an Abject Reptile. (September 2019)

Ben Lerner’s new novel, The Topeka School, will be published in October. He is a Distinguished Professor of English at Brooklyn College. (September 2019)

Lauren Markham is the author of The Far Away Brothers: Two Young Migrants and the Making of an American Life and a Contributing Editor at VQR. (September 2019)

Andrew Martin is the author of Early Work, a novel, and Cool for America, a story collection, which will be published in 2020. (September 2019)

Jonathan Mingle is a former Middlebury Fellow in Environmental Journalism. He is the author of Fire and Ice: Soot, Solidarity, and Survival on the Roof of the World. (September 2019)

Ange Mlinko is a Professor of English and Creative Writing at the University of Florida. Her fifth book of poems is Distant Mandate. (September 2019)

Jana Prikryl second book of poems, No Matter, was published this year. She is a Senior Editor and the Poetry Editor at The New York Review. (September 2019)

Jed S. Rakoff is a United States District Judge for the Southern District of New York. (September 2019)

Ingrid D. Rowland is a Professor at the University of Notre Dame’s Rome Global Gateway. Her latest books are The Collector of Lives: Giorgio Vasari and the Invention of Art, cowritten with Noah Charney, and The Divine Spark of Syracuse. (September 2019)

David Shulman’s Freedom and Despair: Notes from the South Hebron Hills was published last year. He is Professor Emeritus at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and was awarded the Israel Prize for Religious Studies in 2016. (September 2019)

Paul Starr is Professor of Sociology and Public Affairs at Prince­ton and founding co-editor of The American Prospect. His books include Entrenchment: Wealth, Power, and the Constitution of Democratic Societies. (September 2019)

Clair Wills teaches at Cambridge. Her latest book is Lovers and Strangers: An Immigrant History of Post-War Britain. (September 2019)

Ruth Bernard Yeazell is Sterling Professor of English at Yale. Her books include Picture Titles: How and Why Western Paintings Acquired Their Names and Art of the Everyday: Dutch Painting and the Realist Novel. (September 2019)