Georgia L. Irby / Editor
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Kiernan Christ, Serena Liu, Max Levine, And Irmak Sensöz / Editors
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Meghan O’Rourke / Editor
The Yale Review, founded in 1819, is the oldest literary quarterly in the United States. It publishes new works by the most distinguished contemporary writers, explores the broader movements in American thought, science, and culture, and reviews the best new books in a variety of fields.