On Monday, March 26th, The Straddler met with Lewis Lapham at his offices on Irving Place in Manhattan.
what’s landfill but the backside of civility? -Amy Clampitt, “The Reedbeds of the Hackensack”
On April 17, 2012, The Straddler met Christopher Mackin in the lobby of the New Yorker Hotel to discuss his views on present-day American capitalism and the potential for economic alternatives.
In the fall of 2011, Fiat launched a series of television advertisements introducing a two-door coup to the American market.
OLIVIA CIACCI Porphyra? Porphyra? visits me in a dream says, ‘Don’t let them—’ and when the tangles in which I’ve awoken break from my face (itself masking an interior broken) well what is there to do but get up?
he Dam Busters: retelling a heroic story It is a plausible criticism of those of us who have worked as paid, campus-based academics in the Western world that pressure to publish research of “utility” obliges us to make judgments in matters about which we are poorly equipped by life experience.
The following are excerpts from Todd Pate’s non-fiction novel, Down the Road With the Rest of America.