Author Archives: Nassau Literary Review

About Nassau Literary Review

The Nassau Literary Review is the second oldest undergraduate literary magazine in the nation and the oldest student publication at Princeton University. Such authors as F. Scott Fitzgerald, John Peale Bishop, and Jonathan Safran Foer (among others) have been published in its pages.

Introducing the First-Annual Edmund Wilson Symposium: Narratives of the Periphery

This Saturday, the Nassau Literary Review will be hosting its first-ever Edmund Wilson Symposium, a venue for public intellectuals in which the best artists, thinkers, and writers cross disciplinary lines to talk about matters of urgent public interest. Continue reading

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What We Loved in 2014

Nassau Literary Review staff choose one work to remember from 2014. Continue reading

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FROM THE ARCHIVES: “The Letter” by Maia ten Brink (2012)

The boy who had found a cricket in the corner of the car
held it against his chest, breathed to it a happy lie—
A nameless child among nameless children
held it against his chest, breathed to it a happy lie. Continue reading

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What We’re Loving — Summer 2014

Nassau Literary Review Staff recall the best stuff they read and watched this past summer. Continue reading

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Join the Nassau Literary Review!

We’re looking for people who are passionate about culture and the arts—if you’re such a person and want to be surrounded by people who share your interests and can engage in great conversations (in print and out of it), then the Nassau Literary Review may be the place for you. Continue reading

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