The Brooklyn Quarterly (abbreviated TBQ is a new publication designed for those interested in literature, poetry, and the role of language in the world. Both a quarterly digital magazine and a regularly updated blog, TBQ presents literature as public ideas via original poetry, original fiction, narrative essays, critical essays, and interviews. Complete past issues of the magazine are available here as well as the latest blog updates. The magazine is especially interested in explorations of the role of writing and creative writing in culture, society, and politics. Each issue of TBQ centers on a theme; recent themes include Literary Languages and Documentary and Documentation. Interested readers may sign up to receive updates on articles, upcoming issues, and events from TBQ by subscribing to the biweekly newsletter.