Washington Square Review

Washington Square Review www.washingtonsquarereview.com www.washingtonsquarereview.com/blog/ Washington Square is a nationally distributed literary journal publishing fiction, essays, poetry, and interviews.

Published biannually by the students and faculty of the NYU Graduate Creative Writing Program, Washington Square also sponsors an annual literary contest and hosts an annual benefit reading in New York City.

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What do we make of The Great Gatsby today, knowing that "nowhere in the novel’s 180 pages does Fitzgerald hint at the wo...
07/22/2020
Rereading “The Great Gatsby” During Lockdown in the Barn Behind My Parents’ House — Washington Square Review

What do we make of The Great Gatsby today, knowing that "nowhere in the novel’s 180 pages does Fitzgerald hint at the world’s having just undergone a global pandemic?"

Read Billy Pepicelli's thoughtful and timely review revisiting the Fitzgerald classic.

by Billy Pepicelli The Great Gatsby (Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1925), which takes place in New York, on Long Island—“that slender riotous island”—in the summer of 1922, emerged on the heels of two seismic events in history: World War I, and what many people believe to have been the deadlies...

We thrilled that NYU CWP alum and Spring issue interviewee Aria Aber won a Whiting Award! Congratulations!
05/11/2020
Whiting Foundation

We thrilled that NYU CWP alum and Spring issue interviewee Aria Aber won a Whiting Award! Congratulations!

"Poetry must, perhaps, employ tools that are anti-romanticizing." Read an interview with Whiting winner Aria Aber via Washington Square Review:

We’re so proud that contributor and NYU CWP alum Dana Levin won a Whiting Award. Congratulations, Dana!
05/11/2020
Whiting Foundation

We’re so proud that contributor and NYU CWP alum Dana Levin won a Whiting Award. Congratulations, Dana!

To be human is to try and change your position in space: Hide-n-Seek, King of the Mountain, all the drugs I did to stay awake inside dreams

Read "About Staircases" by Whiting winner Dana Levin via Washington Square Review:

Meet tomorrow’s Virtual Launch Party readers: ⠀⠀Aria Aber is a poet, and an alumnus of NYU’s MFA Program. Her work has a...
04/30/2020

Meet tomorrow’s Virtual Launch Party readers: ⠀

Aria Aber is a poet, and an alumnus of NYU’s MFA Program. Her work has appeared in The New Yorker, and Poetry. ⠀

Samuel Kolawole was born and raised in Ibadan, Nigeria. His work has appeared in AGNI, Gulf Coast, Kweli, and elsewhere. ⠀

Adam Soldofsky is the author of Memory Foam, winner of the 2017 American Book Award.⠀

We are SO excited for our Issue 45 Virtual Launch Party! See you there 🐦💕🌟🌸!

T-6 days to our big celebration! Help us welcome gorgeous new work into the world at 6 pm EST on April 30th — we can't w...
04/24/2020

T-6 days to our big celebration! Help us welcome gorgeous new work into the world at 6 pm EST on April 30th — we can't wait for this virtual launch!

A bit of good news: Issue 45 launches in 9 days, and the show goes on! Join us for a virtual celebration and reading 🥳🎉💗
04/22/2020

A bit of good news: Issue 45 launches in 9 days, and the show goes on! Join us for a virtual celebration and reading 🥳🎉💗

We are so pleased to share that Gabriela Cabezón Cámara, who contributed to Issue 44, has now been shortlisted for the I...
04/08/2020
Gabriela Cabezón Cámara Longlisted for the International Booker Prize — Washington Square Review

We are so pleased to share that Gabriela Cabezón Cámara, who contributed to Issue 44, has now been shortlisted for the International Booker Prize. Congratulations Gabriela! And readers — dive into The Adventures of China Iron as soon as possible!

In Issue 44 , we were privileged to print many talented writers. Among them was Argentine writer  Gabriela Cabezón Cámara , translated from Spanish by Fiona Mackintosh and Iona Macintyre. We are thrilled to announce that her novel The Adventures of China Iron, which we excerpted in our i

If you, like many of us, keep yourself company with a good book, why not take today to discover a literary legend? Head ...
04/04/2020
Anti-Melodrama in “Trilobites” from The Stories of Breece D’J Pancake — Washington Square Review

If you, like many of us, keep yourself company with a good book, why not take today to discover a literary legend? Head over to our blog to read Willie Watt's poignant review of Breece D'J Pancake's "Trilobites."

Watt says, "Narratives about normal people, I suddenly understood, are worthwhile even when the tenor of their lives fails to reach the heightened vibrations we’ve come to expect from fiction. It is enough to simply be honest."

Click the link below to read Watt's beautiful testament to an unmatched fiction writer ↓

by Willie Watt He was a little over six feet, sported a slight beer gut. He wore checkered flannels, faded blue jeans, and his favorite drink was beer. He had brown eyes. Breece D’J Pancake wrote twelve stories, each about the same things: rural West Virginia, disappointment, lost souls. “I walk...

04/02/2020

because we have the absolute best, most talented staff members EVER 🤗, we’ll be featuring some posts about these beautiful people on our blog in the coming weeks! be on the look out for them 🐦💕

“A lot of the people I know who are writing really, really incredible work wait to publish. Everybody works at their own...
03/31/2020
Digital Housekeeping: An Interview with Web Editor Janelle Tan — Washington Square Review

“A lot of the people I know who are writing really, really incredible work wait to publish. Everybody works at their own pace.”

Live on our site now, an interview with our web editor, Janelle Tan, conducted by Amanda Larson 🐦💕

To give prospective students a look into New York University’s MFA Program and the individuals who make it so unique, Washington Square is hosting a series of micro-interviews with its staff. First up is our Web Editor, Janelle Tan. Janelle is a Pushcart Prize- and Best of the Net-nominated poet

"Decide who your non-negotiable audiences are—the people for whom you believe the work is absolutely essential, the peop...
02/26/2020
Telling The Truest Stories: An Interview With Dr. Eve L. Ewing — Washington Square Review

"Decide who your non-negotiable audiences are—the people for whom you believe the work is absolutely essential, the people whose readership you believe will bring life and purpose to the whole thing—and write for those people." - Dr. Eve L. Ewing

Much thanks to one of our Assistant Interviews Editors, William Toms, for conducting this interview. Check it out on our site now 🐦💕!

https://www.washingtonsquarereview.com/blog/2020/1/21/telling-the-truest-stories-an-interview-with-dr-eve-l-ewing

by William Toms

Writers! Be advised that our winter submission window closes after February 1. Send us original poetry, fiction, creativ...
01/30/2020
Submit — Washington Square Review

Writers! Be advised that our winter submission window closes after February 1. Send us original poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, or translations. We want your words! ❤️ Find submission guidelines here:

Fiction: Submissions should not exceed 5,000 words. Please submit one story per submission, and one story per submission period.

Attention writers: our Submittable submission period is currently open! Send us your poetry, fiction, and creative nonfi...
01/21/2020

Attention writers: our Submittable submission period is currently open! Send us your poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction before it closes February 1. We're thrilled to read what comes our way!

"The magic is in the telling. It’s as if Keret has snuck into my room. He’s here. Instead of me reading the story—bleary...
12/17/2019
Funny-Sadness: Etgar Keret’s Fly Already — Washington Square Review

"The magic is in the telling. It’s as if Keret has snuck into my room. He’s here. Instead of me reading the story—bleary-eyed, on my phone—Keret has brought me a drink. And I’m thinking, hmmm, maybe I can get him to write a story about me."

Check out Leonora Desar's review of Etgar Keret's story collection, Fly Already, available on our blog right now 🐦💕!

by Leonora Desar

“I think that it is valuable to be conscious of your role in the wider world and to think of the people affected by the ...
12/10/2019
Activism & Discipline: An Interview With Kiran Desai — Washington Square Review

“I think that it is valuable to be conscious of your role in the wider world and to think of the people affected by the work you produce.”

📚 Looking for Monday night reading? Revisit our recent interview “Activism & Discipline” with the brilliant Kiran Desai, author of The Inheritance of Loss 🌟

Read the rest at our blog:

by William Toms In October, I sat down with the author Kiran Desai at NYU’s Lillian Vernon Creative Writing Program to talk about craft, class, and the role of artists in movements for social justice. Desai is the author of two novels. Her first, Hullabaloo in the Guava Orchard , was released i

🚨 New blog post alert! 🚨“More than anything, I work so hard at my endings, and yet sometimes, it still feels to me that ...
12/05/2019

🚨 New blog post alert! 🚨
“More than anything, I work so hard at my endings, and yet sometimes, it still feels to me that an ending will come months after the story’s been published. But I know a story’s over when I keep writing the same thing and then taking it out and putting it back in. “

Edwidge Danticat is one of the most prolific writers of our time. If you haven’t read her collection Everything Inside, or any of her other brilliant works, please do! Check out this interview conducted by Mary Block (@mary_e_block) assisted by Jakki Kerubo from Issue 29, available on our blog right now 🐦💕! #TBT. #edwidgedanticat #haiti #amreading #amwriting #literature #everythinginside

We are always in awe of the amazing writers we have the privilege of publishing and interacting with! The National Book ...
12/02/2019
NBA Finalist Throwback — Washington Square Review

We are always in awe of the amazing writers we have the privilege of publishing and interacting with! The National Book Awards have passed, but the feeling of awe remains. Take a quick look into the winners and nominees that have blessed the Washington Square Review with their brilliance 🐦💕!
https://www.washingtonsquarereview.com/blog/2019/11/19/nba-finalist-throwback

On the eve of the National Book Award winners announcement, we’re reminiscing over the list National Book Award Finalists . We were pleased as punch to see not only writers we love reading but also writers we’ve had the pleasure of publishing in the past.

We are always so elated when our staff members do great things! One of our assistant poetry editors, Caroline Shea, has ...
11/25/2019
Lambflesh

We are always so elated when our staff members do great things! One of our assistant poetry editors, Caroline Shea, has recently released Lambflesh, a collection of poems! It is available for purchase at: https://kelsaybooks.com/products/lambflesh. Go check it out 🐦💕!

Caroline Shea is a writer and an MFA candidate in poetry at New York University. She is also an editor at Green Writers Press, a small New England publisher with a focus on sustainability. Her work has appeared in Crab Fat Magazine, The Pinch, and Tinderbox Poetry Journal, among other publications.....

We won a Pushcart Prize 🛒🏆! Thank you so much, Kiki Petrosino, for contributing this beautifully haunting poem to the Wa...
11/15/2019

We won a Pushcart Prize 🛒🏆! Thank you so much, Kiki Petrosino, for contributing this beautifully haunting poem to the Washington Square Review! Kiki’s poem, “Monticello House Tour”, was featured in Issue 41, Spring 2018. Go check it out in the 2020 Pushcart Prize anthology 🐦💕!

🗣 NEW BLOG POST ALERT 🚨 Go check out Will Walton’s (@tretchfarmzz on Instagram) review of Olive, Again, a novel by the #...
11/07/2019

🗣 NEW BLOG POST ALERT 🚨
Go check out Will Walton’s (@tretchfarmzz on Instagram) review of Olive, Again, a novel by the #1 New York Times bestselling author and Pulitzer Prize winner, Elizabeth Strout! The review is live on our site right now!

10/31/2019

‪Our Issue 44 Launch Party on October 25 was a BLAST! Much thanks to our featured readers, staff, and guests who made the night phenomenal! Follow us on Instagram (washington_square_review) for a quick look into it 🐦💕🥳! ‬

The amazing art on the cover of Issue 44 and the art that has been featured on our launch party fliers comes from Natess...
10/25/2019
NATESSA AMIN

The amazing art on the cover of Issue 44 and the art that has been featured on our launch party fliers comes from Natessa Amin’s work, “Things to Hope For”. We are incredibly grateful to Natessa. The art is a DREAM!

you can view more of her work at her website: https://natessa.com/

Currently on view: Natessa Amin: Hyphen Curated by Ali Banisadr September 12 - October 16, 2019 An essay about the exhibition written by Roksana Filipowska can be read here: http://cueartfoundation.org/young-art-critics-essays/becoming-hyphenated-by-roksana-filipowska?rq=roksana%20filipowska

⁣ISSUE 44 is out in the world today 🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉!!!!!!!⠀⠀Meet Hannah Tinti, one of tonight’s featured readers!⠀⠀⁣Hannah T...
10/25/2019

⁣ISSUE 44 is out in the world today 🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉!!!!!!!⠀

Meet Hannah Tinti, one of tonight’s featured readers!⠀

⁣Hannah Tinti is an author, editor, and teacher.⠀

“I look for patterns in everything. And I suppose that’s how I first became interested in narrative structure. When a book or a story moves me, I want to figure out how the author did it. One way to approach this is to put it under an X-Ray.” ⠀


We look forward to enjoying Hannah’s work and celebrating the launch of Issue 44 tonight at 7 PM at the Lillian Vernon Creative Writers House! 🐦💕🥳

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10/25/2019

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10/25/2019

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NEW BLOG POST ALERT 🚨As a launch party preview, we have interviews with two of tomorrow’s three featured readers, Nana K...
10/24/2019
Launch Party Preview: Interviews with Hannah Tinti and Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah — Washington Square Review

NEW BLOG POST ALERT 🚨

As a launch party preview, we have interviews with two of tomorrow’s three featured readers, Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah and Hannah Tinti, live on our site RIGHT NOW!

Much thanks to Kukuwa Ashun and Charis Caputo for being such phenomenal interviewers!

See you tomorrow at 7 PM at the Lillian Vernon Creative Writers House for launch party festivities!

We’re celebrating the launch of issue 44 this Friday, October 25. Ahead of the launch of Issue 44, we’ve excerpted interviews with Hannah Tinti and Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah from the new issue. Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah is from Spring Valley, New York. He graduated from SUNY Albany and went on to ...

Meet one of Friday's readers, Chase Berggrun! Chase Berggrun is a trans woman poet and author of R E D (Birds, LLC, 2018...
10/24/2019

Meet one of Friday's readers, Chase Berggrun!

Chase Berggrun is a trans woman poet and author of
R E D (Birds, LLC, 2018). Her work has appeared in Poetry, APR, jubilat, Poem-a-Day, and elsewhere.

“My journey is mapped and ready

I am only taking one dress”

Chase's writing will surely take any reader on a journey that they didn't expect, but should go on for their own growth! We can't wait to hear Chase read her work, and we hope to see you on October 25 at the Lillian Vernon Creative Writers House for our Issue 44 Launch Party!

ISSUE 44 is out in the world in less than a week 🎉! Meet one of Friday's featured readers, Nana K. Adjei-Brenyah.Nana Kw...
10/21/2019

ISSUE 44 is out in the world in less than a week 🎉! Meet one of Friday's featured readers, Nana K. Adjei-Brenyah.

Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah is the author of the bestselling story collection Friday Black.

“I try to assume that it is possible that if I’m not really vigilant, I’m actually doing the opposite of what I want to do. If I don’t, on a sentence level be very decisive and intentional, I might be recreating violence that I actually want to dismantle.”

Join us on Friday, October 25, to celebrate the launch of our newest issue! 🍂 We look forward to seeing you there!🐦💕

Join us next Friday for an autumn bash celebrating the launch of our newest issue! 🍂 Issue 44 showcases amazing work by ...
10/18/2019

Join us next Friday for an autumn bash celebrating the launch of our newest issue! 🍂 Issue 44 showcases amazing work by Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah, Chase Berggrun, and Hannah Tinti, our dazzling featured readers for the evening. See you there!

10/14/2019

Our open reading period ends TOMORROW, October 15th — so send over your poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, and translations soon ⌛️ We look forward to considering your work 🐦💕

10/10/2019

If you haven’t heard yet, Washington Square Review is accepting creative nonfiction submissions for the first time! We are incredibly excited about this, and we look forward to considering your creative nonfiction submissions! The deadline is October 15. Don’t miss it! This is a huge step in our journal’s history, and you may just be a part of it! 🐦💕

🗣NEW BLOG ALERT!🚨⁣"It was the book that I would have wanted then, so I imagined it filling a space. If I wanted it, then...
10/04/2019

🗣NEW BLOG ALERT!🚨⁣

"It was the book that I would have wanted then, so I imagined it filling a space. If I wanted it, then someone else must be out there who wants a book like that. There’s not a Black Bell Jar. So, depression . . . there’s not really a book like that, not just for Black girls, but for, like, emo black girls in the suburbs. So it’s very specific, and I just wanted to make that."

Morgan Parker released her first young adult fiction novel, Who Put This Song On?, on September 24th! If you haven’t checked it out yet, you should!⁣

Check out Charis Caputo’s interview with Morgan Parker, live on our site now! 🐦💕

Follow us on Instagram and Twitter for updates!
Instagram: @washington_square_review
Twitter: @on_squ

09/27/2019

🐦 Submissions for fiction, poetry, translations, and creative nonfiction are open through October 15! You read that right! We are accepting creative nonfiction submissions! We look forward to reading your work! ✨

09/23/2019

A reminder to our whole Washington Square Team that, due to their overwhelming popularity, we should lean into the pigeon next time. Pigeon stuffies—each wearing an ONSQU button? Bookmarks emblazoned with penguins? Tell us your pigeon ideas! Best idea gets a prize and a free subscription. Our NYC launch party is 10/25, 7pm, 58 West 10th, NYC—and AWP San Antonio here we come. #onsqu #onsqupigeon #edgarallanpigeon #joanpigeon #nyucwp @nyucreativewriting

09/22/2019

📚The Brooklyn Book Festival is happening RIGHT NOW! It’s such a beautiful event! Come by to see us at Booth 231, along with the place where we’re based, NYU’s Creative Writing Program! 📖
#nyucwp. #bkbookfest.

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Late summer beach read. Great stuff in this issue.
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I know, you, like my been impressed by Integral and Differential Calculus, but I remind you Integral Calculus is a SUM (in shorts words), then we can't to forget #Linear_Algebra, #Geometry, and neither #Trigonometry in our work, then this biggest Discovery can be also a #Good_Morning_Future_In_Humanity_Science_And_Culture ! #Ion_Murgu_The_Lost_Fundamental is in all senses #Fundamental_Of_Fundamentals which lay with all rights at the Base Of Mathematics where Functional begin, Over pure Arithmetic and separation for. I was working for it 40 years, but not directly to Fermat's Last Theorem , but my work brought my there also. #America_brought_The_Best_Contribution_Ever_Anybody_brought_To_Humanity_Science_And_Culture_Thesaurus, and it is a sign #America_Is_A_Good_Morning_Future . I am really sorry, #ROYAL_INSTITUTION_OF_GREAT_BRITAIN, but I can't let a false solution for #Fermat_Last_Theorem . Are #Scientifically_Motivations as, Fermat's Last Theorem have an absolute right to FUNDAMENTAL now, new aspects which correct solution brought, has to have to much real importance for #Science . By 5 Years #America brought 2 FUNDAMENTALS, maybe you don't understood, or didn't paid ATTENTION, read more times, is about FUNDAMENTALS AS BASE OF SCIENCE AND LOGIC BASE. #Love_Is_Our_Name , #Our_Soul_Is_Love! #New_Era_In_Science_began_2015_September_24 By 5 years I am waiting For #Academics , #Mathematicians , #Mathematics, #UNIVERSITY 'S and all to understand : for #Fermat_Last_Theorem , #PROOF isn't #IS_NOT_PROOF even for n =3, because The Function introduced there for modularity is out for #Fermat_Equations , and we can't speak there about Modular (see #Fermat_Murgu_Quadruplets ), there are for every n's #infinity_divergent_functionality which are a problem of future. if will consider is necessary to afford it . 2015_September_24 American Physicist SENT Fermat's Last Theorem in FUNDAMENTAL and now Science get BASICS_FUNDAMENTALS_OF_MATHEMATICS_FUNCTIONAL ,#ION_MURGU_THE_LOST_FUNDAMENTAL and #Fermat_s_Last_Theorem_Fundamental Mathematics make a new #Point_Of_Reentry into #Science_Base , and the future will decide if will change any in! ALSO, America via #Physicist_Ion_Murgu_From_Ohio_USA brought The Best Ever Contribution, anybody make, to #Humanity_Science_And_Culture_Thesaurus . **A M E R I C A 2015 SEPTEMBER 24 WILL CHANGE SCIENCE FUTURE AND EVEN CULTURE - STAY WITH US FOR A NEW 1000 YEARS TRAVEL** With #ShoeTheory , but with #Inerton or The Tear Of Geea, #Physics will know a #NewEra , and a lot will not more like before, #Cosmology, #Astrophysics, and even #ElementaryParticlesTheory , come with My to understand for what I was LOSING more then 40 years for, because of a calculus mistake!!* This Spring all nature was acting weird, plants but especially trees suffered with us. Maybe motivation was Corona Virus, or a old weird phenomena which began long time ago and is strong sign of CLIMATIC DISORDERS - DEPERSONALIZATION OF THE SEASONS - or both , but scaring anyway!*??? #DEPERSONALIZATIONOFTHESEASONS was observed 17 years ago by climaticdisorder DOT COM AND CRY, but by then the signs are becoming more evidently every year! Humanity and Life in generally seem to be in the front of ever strongest enemy which confronted also thousands years ago (SEE APOCALYPTIC STORY'S INTERPRETED WITH LOGICAL MIND) => #ClimaticChange (#ClimateChange maybe improper) which is announced by Climatic Disorders. We are not yet there , but have a merit, at technological level we are, to try to avoid ever it! Need to understood as in reality our #CivilSocietyPillars implied in #politic at the time, or in #finance directly, or even in #business do not have free time , and any times neither direct interest to be preoccupied about #LifeClimatic and disorders into #LifeClimaticAcceptanceParameters, because they are any times fighting with any urgent hazards problems, what keep of #social or #economy . THEN : With 2015 September 24 , a new era in #Science began, and #AmericaEarthProudDayFundamentals seem to be opening a new hope to #GoodMorningFuture ! *****************JOIN TO**************** *A M E R I C A EARTH PROUD DAY FUNDAMENTALS* TO FIGHT EPHEMERA AND ALL CLIMATIC DISORDERS We can't stay all times by now hided back of an astronaut costume , for maybe a long period of time our church is outside, everybody, and Climatic Disorder is coming with a hope there too! Join to, public and new #OpenSources Climatic Disorder DOTCOM TO FIGHT WITH last, and strongest Climatic Disorder #CoronaVirus which can send HUMANITY in #Ephemeral , but also unite us all, because is BLIND and hit even billionaires or #CivilSocietyPillars !!!!!!!!!!! By Blessing Pythagorean Triples as Fermat's Last Theorem BLESSED EXCEPTIONS Fermat's Last Theorem brought itself at THE BASE OF #Physics via #Inerton. Join to Climatic Disorder DOTCOM to try to fight against Climatic Disorders as biologic, climate , etc. - to try to avoid so #ClimateChange which can to mean also #EarthLifeClimaticAcceptanceParameters loss! #HumanityScienceThesaurus #AmericaEarthProudDayFundamentals #ClimaticDisorder DOT COM WASN'T COMING WITH A PROOF FOR any n's as power for Fermat's Last Theorem , BUT INSTEAD GENERALIZE a solution for all n's as powers and then ======= AFTER 400 YEARS GET AFTER ALL HUMANITY RIGHTS FOR = Fermat's Last Theorem = the right to UNIVERSAL = THEN FROM 2015 SEPTEMBER 24 . ***FERMAT'S LAST THEOREM - FUNDAMENTAL*** This SEPTEMBER 24 to - CLIMATIC DISORDER DOT COM, CLIMATIC HARMONY DOT ORG and a part of #Earth, will CELEBRATE: THE 5TH EARTH PROUD DAY "A DAY OF VIRTUAL APPRECIATION FOR EARTH AS UNTIL NOW SINGLE LIFE CLIMATIC PARAMETERS ACCEPTANCE BUT ALSO THE DAY WHEN FERMAT'S LAST THEOREM BECAME FUNDAMENTAL IN SCIENCE. in 2015 September 24, AMERICA, BROUGHT 2 FUNDAMENTALS as the best contribution anybody make to Humanity Science And Culture Universal. AMERICA EARTH PROUD DAY FUNDAMENTALS brought a lot of new for #Science : 1. Double False Redundancy Of Truth. 2. Fermat - Murgu Quadruplets as a new group in #LinearAlgebra . 3 Murgu Quadruplets also as comparative on. 4. Fermat Equations as Irrationals Integrator's. 5. Blessed Pythagorean Triples as Fermat's Last Theorem EXCEPTIONS. 6. ION MURGU , Special Irrationals which define all Irrational Field. 7. Pythagorean Prime Numbers by Ion Murgu. 8. Euler - Murgu Equations 1=1. 9. Pythagorean Triples as Fermat's Last Theorem BLESSED EXCEPTIONS. \& first 2 -two qualitative approach - one FOR #PHYSICS AND ONE FOR #LOGIC . 10. ps: #FermatMurguQuadruplets single #RibetEpsilon accepted by Fermat Equations non modular #AbelPrize for PROOF "n=3 as power". 11. Pythagorean Triples blessed as Fermat's Last Theorem Exceptions which confirm The Rule. 12. A co-lateral but full of beauty #Paradox - Ion Murgu Circles Paradox. 14. FOR PHYSICS BROUGHT "#INERTON' OR #THETEAROFGEEA AND TO HOPE #SHOEThory - SCIENCE HOPE OVER EVERYTHING THEORY. #Microsoft #Google #Facebook #Apple #Twiter #CISCO & ALL. #UnderHumanityNaturalLawOfCopyright - #AmericanScienceThesaurus ,#EuropeanScienceThesaurus "https://www.climaticdisorder.com/hstp/ "