New Haven Review is a literary journal published twice a year. We have pride in Greater New Haven but publish fiction, essays, and poetry from around the world. We have published Pulitzer Prize winners and totally obscure writers with no credentials. We take equal pride in each.
In 2010 New Haven Review Books made its debut by publishing three short books. One is a book of poems, one a fictional fantasia, one a humorous seduction guide. They are perfect-bound with French flaps and deckled edges.
Joshua Harmon’s Bad Jews, directed by Oliver Butler, brings to the Long Wharf the sharpest comedy I’ve seen there. This is comedy that draws blood, where the situations, so far from smacking of sit-com chuckles or of Woody Allenesque irony, are fraught with the awkward and the unpleasant. Like the stuff that really happens when [...]