A series of altered book covers by the acclaimed Los Angeles–based artist
A New York City chef reminisces about time spent learning to cook—and live—in Northern Italy.
Never-before-published carved busts of 40 U.S. presidents by a Savannah barber
Tracking the evolution of that perennial summer anthem, the ice-cream truck jingle
“All the Eyes Are Mine,” a selection of digitally modified found photographs
Second in our series of fiction by never-before-published authors
A facsimile of a Vietnam-era license plate (removable insert) with striking contemporary resonances
Still frames from the French director’s 2002 film about a brief, intense Parisian romance
These letters, found at a flea market in Massachusetts, are a study in rejection and tenacity.
“See It Loud,” a removable poster created for Esopus readers
For our first invitational, we asked subscribers to describe their childhood imaginary friends.