Disclosure’s Pop Genius Gone South

I’ve been listening to Caracal nearly on repeat since it came out, and it still looms menacingly, much like the dystopian city depicted in many of the videos for the album’s singles. Continue reading

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What We’re Loving– Fall Break 2015

Nassau Literary Review staff talk about the works on their minds these autumn days. Continue reading

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Nass Lit Wants Your Submissions

The Nassau Literary Review is pleased to announce that we’re now open to submissions for our Spring 2016 issue! Continue reading

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Beggars for Good Soccer

There is no logic in fanatically following a team. Max Weber said “The fate of our times is characterized by rationalization and intellectualization and, above all, by the disenchantment of the world.” Soccer makes it easier for us to imagine a community that empirically doesn’t exist. Soccer makes it easy for us to believe in magic; it escapes the logic of utilitarianism. Continue reading

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