I still had the Piedmontese capital in my mind; the monarchic city
with its piazzas inhabited by scientists and kings, by politicians and by warriors
motionless in tired and solemn poses on their pedestals of stone, I still had in
mind all of the strange lyricism of its fateful geometric construction.
—Giorgio de Chirico
May 15 | Housing Works
“This collection calls a whole world into being, and the names and fates of these people will follow you into your life and never leave.” Celebrate APS debut author Jamel Brinkley's A Lucky Man, a #1 Indie Next Pick, selected by top booksellers across the U.S.
Yiyun Li | New Release
Revisit the prizewinning title essay from Yiyun Li's collection Dear Friend, from My Life I Write to You in Your Life, out now in paperback: “A meditation on the fact that literature itself lives and gives life." —Marilynne Robinson
Poetry | APS No. 04
This month, we're celebrating spring with newly unlocked pieces from the APS archive. Including this poem from Rosanna Warren's Ghost in a Red Hat, a collection that "explores the political and the personal through myth, history, elegy, and erotic lyric."