Lorem Ipsum Essays on the Classics
by J. Kates
Inside the Book Insights and Interviews

Harvard Review editor Christina Thompson in conversation with guest editor Paul Harding

Omniglots Literary Translation
poems by Kristín Svava Tómasdóttir translated by K. T. Billey
From the Archives of Harvard Review
by Patricia Vigderman
Harvard Book Review
by Ed Ochester
reviewed by Chard deNiord
by Álvaro Enrigue
reviewed by Gabriel García Ochoa
by Jhumpa Lahiri
reviewed by Yen Pham
by Mark Beauregard
reviewed by Erik Hage
by John Z. Guzlowski
reviewed by Okla Elliott
by Nicola Gardini
reviewed by Victoria Zhuang
by Colum McCann
reviewed by Ophelia John
by Mira Ptacin
reviewed by Virginia Marshall
by Solmaz Sharif
reviewed by Julie Swarstad Johnson
by Terrance Hayes
reviewed by Kevin T. O'Connor
by Medbh McGuckian
reviewed by Heather Clark
by Gladys Schmitt
reviewed by Ophelia John

News & Events

Boston Book Festival 2016
Harvard Review will be on Copley Plaza in Boston for the Boston Book Festival Exhibitor Fair, Saturday, October 15 from 10 to 4:30. Come meet the editors and pick up a Harvard Review pencil and post-it! Editor Christina Thompson will also be moderating Fiction: Creative Lives...
HR48 Launch
Harvard Review was very happy to celebrate the launch of HR48 on February 3rd in the Woodberry Poetry Room with readings of The Dogs of Littlefield by fiction editor Suzanne Berne and Roll Deep by poetry editor Major Jackson.
Two Contributors Included in Best American Poetry 2016
Congratulations to Jill Bialosky (HR46) & Anya Silver (HR47) for their inclusion in The Best American Poetry 2016, edited by Edward Hirsch! Fantastic poems, fantastic people.