The 13th issue of Book XI: a Journal of Literary Philosophy with the theme "Books, Reading, and Being Read," was recently published. The issue includes an essay by Visiting Assistant Professor of Government Joel Winkelman, as well as other related essays, stories, and poems.  The journal is housed in the Levitt Center for Public Affairs, and is published with the help of Zach Schuman, Rachael Clark, Christina Strong, and Chris Willemsen in the Center.

The editorial staff is Gabi DeMendonca Gomes '23, Christina Stoll '24, Ailis Hayden '25, Stephen Socolow '24, Jack Ritzenberg '23, Scout Winer '23, Madeleine Adams, and Katherine Van Eddy. Marianne Janack, the John Stewart Kennedy Professor of Philosophy, is the editor-in-chief.

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