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Keeping Pace

By Brandon Lingle in Features

His son’s diagnosis—hypoplastic left heart syndrome—has one father thinking about the reasons to run.

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Felt Not Known

Meara Sharma interviews Evie Wyld in Interviews

The novelist on mythic creatures, horror stories, and sensory maladies.

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Prison Journal of a Child Bride

By Zarbibi, translated by Roger Sedarat in Features

At times I wonder whether they considered me a human being or a lamb to sacrifice for their own good.

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Lyrical Impulse

Naima Coster interviews Stacey D'Erasmo in Interviews

The author on crafting new sounds, creating female characters, and portraying sex in literature.

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Scenes From a Contemporary Arab World

Haniya Rae interviews Massimiliano Gioni in Art

The curator on the New Museum exhibition Here and Elsewhere, Arab stereotypes, and upturning “the way the West packages the East.”

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Henna House

By Nomi Eve in Fiction

I knew that the Confiscator was a bad man. I knew that my father hated and feared him.

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Girls

The 2014 Dzanc Books/Disquiet International Literary Program Award-winning short story by Laura Adamczyk in Fiction

Excuse me, who are you? Ronnie asked. She had her sassy mouth on, but was still trying to be kind, as though the man were one of the rich neighbor kids who wouldn’t play with us.

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DNA

By Mazen Maarouf, translated from the Arabic by Kareem James Abu-Zeid and Nathalie Handal in Poetry

you’re nothing, / absolutely nothing, / but a Palestinian.

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Ground Rules

By Simeon Berry in Poetry

Here, we always sell / the negatives for free.

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