The Common Review

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The Common Review
Type Quarterly literary journal
Format Magazine
Owner(s) Great Books Foundation
Editor Daniel Born
Founded 2001
Headquarters 35 E Wacker Drive, Suite 400
Chicago, Illinois
United States
Official website

The Common Review is the quarterly magazine of the Great Books Foundation. The magazine specializes in nonfiction essays and articles "about the books and ideas that matter",[1] as well as reviews of new books, letters, and editorials. The magazine has been twice nominated for the Utne Independent Press Awards, in 2003 (Arts/Literary coverage), and in 2006 ("Best Writing").[citation needed] Some of the notable writers and poets featured in the magazine have included Gerald Graff, Nat Hentoff, Phillip Lopate, Joseph Epstein, Carl Rakosi, David Sloan Wilson, Julia Kasdorf, and Michael Bérubé.