Creative non-fiction by Joshua Nash on the possibilities of islands, linguistic fieldwork and storied landscapes.Read More
Stunning exhibition by world-renowned photographer Corey Arnold captures incredible scenes of fishing culture in Alaska’s Aleutian Islands.Read More
Short story by Victor Manuel Ramos, a writer from the Dominican Republic now based in Long Island, about island-hopping, nostalgia and longing.Read More
Down by the sea with Long Island-based artist Virginia Mallon.Read More
Julian Hanna finds promise in the periphery during a trip to Svalbard.Read More
John Burnside’s new novel Havergey traces the effects of an ecological catastrophe on the community of a remote fictional island. Publisher Little Toller notes that while Havergey does not feature on any map, the island is "as real as any, with its limestone stacks, seabirds and human population – a mixture of utopians and nomads who have settled to build a new kind of society." Enter into Burnside's strange new world via this beguiling trailer for the novel, produced and directed by The Island Review's poetry editor Roseanne Watt.