Editors of the Kenyon Review recommend some titles for cozy winter reading.
The Kenyon Review Literary Festival marked the journal’s 75th anniversary and honored author Ann Patchett.
A selective seminar for seniors brings in scholars from Oxford.
The Kenyon Review announces Ann Patchett as this year’s award recipient.
The Kenyon Review Young Writers Workshop draws budding talent to the Hill.
The first John Crowe Ransom Professor of English and the former editor of the Kenyon Review dies at 84.
A look into the selection process for the Kenyon Review (and how students play a part).
The Kenyon Review editors pick 48 titles that will have readers turning the pages this summer.
The National Endowment for the Arts supports a new essay series marking the 75th anniversary of the Kenyon Review.
The Kenyon Review celebrates 75 years of literary influence and progress with a bold new look.
Each year we ask KR’s friends and contributors for their holiday reading recommendations.
Acclaimed poet Carl Phillips delivers the keynote lecture at the Kenyon Review Literary Festival on Saturday, Nov. 9, at 8 p.m.
Ever since his 2005 Commencement speech “This is Water,” author David Foster Wallace has been linked with Kenyon. That connection grows stronger when Wallace biographer D.T. Max visits the campus.