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July 19, 2017"The author who put a human face on the migrant crisis in the Med." EMMA JANE KIRBY in the Irish Examiner

July 17, 2017"A teacher at an elite boarding school confronts her own confused leap up the ladder of class privilege." An excerpt from TALES OF TWO AMERICAS appears at Longreads

July 17, 2017"The pleasure to be taken in this text is to observe the obvious pleasure McLuhan had in assembling these little puzzles." LOST TETRADS OF MARSHALL MCLUHAN is reviewed at Kirkus

July 17, 2017"For those as interested as the artist in the limits of satire, this audacious, potent collection pushes past them." DIASPORA BOY is reviewed at Kirkus

July 17, 2017"Cat, wherever you are, peace be with you." STUDIO is reviewed in The Brooklyn Rail


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When The Evergreen Review first arrived on the scene in 1957, it shattered norms. Many writers now part of the literary canon were introduced to a broader American public in its pages—provocative innovators such as Susan Sontag, Denise Levertov, William S. Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg, Alexander Trocchi, Kenzaburō Ōe, and hundreds of others. What became clear was that The Evergreen Review was not merely a literary review: it was a cultural weapon, reshaping the outlook of the Beat Generation in a way no television show or magazine at the time came close to doing.

Now, Foxrock Books—the publishing arm of the recently revived Evergreen Review—is pleased to offer facsimile paperback editions of the classic first three issues of the review. More

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