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Fall 2013

Fall 2013

Iconoclasts

Volume 89, Number 4

  • Jeff Sharlet on Harry Belafonte’s unfinished fight
  • Garret Keizer on the enduring power of Motown’s music
  • Lawrence Weschler on David Hockney’s art in the shadow of mortality
  • William Ferris and Eudora Welty on her life and writing
  • Fiction by Lisa Cupolo, Colin Fleming, Allan Gurganus, Bret Anthony Johnston, and Maya Lang
  • Poetry by Greg Alan Brownderville, David Caplan, Danielle Chapman, Rachel Hadas, Linda Pastan, and Kevin Young
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Belafonte with Ed Sullivan, mid-1950s. (Everett Collection)

Voice and Hammer

Once, more than half a century ago, he was the handsomest man in the world. A radiant man. It was a matter of bearing, of voice and gesture and timing. He had that high, buttery baritone, nothing special really, except, he says, “I knew how to use it.”

Editor’s Desk

Reporting

Profiles

Interviews

Fiction

Poetry

Plays

Author Profiles

Jeff Sharlet is an associate professor of creative writing at Dartmouth College and a contributing editor to VQR.

Garret Keizer’s many books include The Unwanted Sound of Everything We Want (PublicAffairs, 2010), Privacy (Picador, 2012), and Getting Schooled: The Reeducation of an American Teacher (Metropolitan Books, 2014).

Lawrence Weschler, a contributing editor to VQR, is the former director of the New York Institute for the Humanities and artistic director emeritus of the Chicago Humanities Festival.