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The Moon Landing & Its Aftermath

In Rilke’s great poem, “Statue of an Archaic Apollo,” the poet articulates the moral statement which the wonderfully wrought torso proclaims: “You must change your life.” Is this the message of the modern Apollo? And if so, how is it we must change?

MQR Issue 58:4, Fall 2019: What Does Europe Want Now?

Featuring Essays by Jenny Erpenbeck, Elaine van der Geld, Jamal Mahjoub, and Eleni Theodoropoulos. Fiction by Mauro Covacich, Anzhelina Polonskaya, Dario Voltolini, and Mohit Manohar. Poetry by Jerzy Ficowski, Ken Babstock, H.L. Hix, GK Tewari, and Marianne Chan. And Translations by Mira Rosenthal, Ottilie Mulzet, Andrew Wachtel, and Marino D’Orazio

MQR is Open for Submissions!

  Our readers are ready: Submissions open today, August 1st, and extend through December. Send us your work. We will be reading for General Submissions, for our Special Issue on Water, “Not One Without,” and for MQR Online. “Thousands have lived without love; not one