Travel Day Reading

The older I get, the more I dislike travel. The only really good thing about it (other than the destination) is a chance to get some quiet and relatively uninterrupted reading time.

As I head east today to a conference in Washington, DC, I’m taking with me the most recent issue of Ploughshares, Juliet Lapidos’s newish book Talent, Eric Olin Wright’s How to be Anti-Capitalist in the Twenty-First Century (2019) and Laurent Olivier and Marek Tamm’s Rethinking Historical Time: New Approaches to Presentism (2019).

If you want to read the paper that I’m giving in DC go here

You should also check out some of the content from the latest issue of NDQ that went to the printers on Monday. We’re trying to get 1000 followers on The Twitters, so if you like quality poetry, fiction, essays, and reviews, follow us here. We’re also hoping to get 1 million followers on Facebook, like our page here.

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