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Brooklyn Rail, The

The Brooklyn Rail is a publication and platform for the arts, culture, humanities, and politics. The Rail is based out of Brooklyn, New York. It features in-depth critical essays, fiction, poetry, as well as interviews with artists, critics, and curators, and reviews of art, music, dance, film, books, and theater.

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Richard Hell: What Just Happened (Winter Editions)

Book Review by Raphael Rubinstein, The Brooklyn Rail, September 2023

THE TITLE OF Richard Hell's new collection of poems and prose, What Just Happened, can be taken in several ways. It could be referring to ...

Paul Nelson: Bartleby on Carmine Street

Memoir by Raphael Rubinstein, The Brooklyn Rail, Summer 2016

"Bartleby, when confronted by failure, conceded magnificently, he did not commit suicide or become interminably bitter, he simply ate ginger-nuts." – Enrique Vila-Matas ...

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