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Birds in Flight

By Kathleen Massara  in Art

In NEGROGOTHIC: A Manifesto, The Aesthetics of M. Lamar, the artist re-envisions historical narratives to break open the present.

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Mercy

By Melissa R. Sipin in Fiction

I only question my father about these half-truths now, after all these years, because of the nightmares. Because I think about my mother. Because I imagine leaving my husband.

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You, Disappearing

By Alexandra Kleeman in Fiction

The apocalypse was quiet. It had a way about it, a certain charm. It could be called graceful. It was taking a long time.

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Adelle Steals the Key To

By Kristina Marie Darling in Poetry

I carried our wedding china out to the dock, threw every goblet into the ocean.

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My Father Gave the Neighbors

By Erez Bitton, translated from the Hebrew by Tsipi Keller in Poetry

my mother / unraveled both her eyes to the ravens

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Medicine and Its Metaphors

By Eula Biss in Features

A mother confronts the waning paternalism of doctors and comes to terms with needing the care of others.

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A Tripartite Drama

Maurice Chammah interviews Lawrence Wright in Interviews

The Pulitzer Prize-winning writer mines the ongoing resonance of the Camp David Accords, on stage and on the page.

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Some Otherside, Some Subterranean

By Nick Flynn in Poetry

Our guest poetry editor selects poems that sit on "the knife edge between what we call the everyday and what we call the night."

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Fiery Appetites

Dwyer Murphy interviews Merritt Tierce in Interviews

The novelist and reproductive rights advocate on motherhood, sex, and the sensuality of restaurant life.

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Birds in Flight

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