The Threepenny Review is a quarterly review of the arts and society. Its consulting editors include John Berger, Louise Glück, Ian McEwan, Kay Ryan, and Tobias Wolff; among its writers are Wendell Berry, Lydia Davis, Geoff Dyer, Richard Ford, Phillip Lopate, Javier Marías, Robert Pinsky, Elizabeth Tallent, and Adam Zagajewski.
Each issue contains new poetry, short fiction, personal memoirs, and essays on books, film, theater, dance, music, architecture, visual arts, television, and politics. Of the total 6,000+ circulation, about 4,500 are long-term paid subscribers, making The Threepenny Review one of the largest literary journals in the country. With offices in both Berkeley and New York, Threepenny may well be the only truly bicoastal quarterly in America.
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