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The Third Maria

Oona Patrick and Dean Ellis interview Maria Teresa Horta in Interviews

The former member of the “Three Marias” on feminism forty years after the Portuguese Revolution, Facebook, and insubordination.

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The Life Sentence of Dicky Joe Jackson and His Family

By J. Malcolm Garcia in Features

In order to pay for his son Cole’s life-saving surgery, he transported meth. But he got caught. Eighteen years later, his family, and the man who prosecuted him, are still working to set him free.

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The Art of Independent Publishing

Jonathan Lee interviews Fiona McCrae in Interviews

The publisher of Graywolf on her rise from secretarial work to running a non-profit press, the pleasure of finding books others have overlooked, and the moments when great art breaks out.

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A Muscle of Belief

Erica Wright interviews Barbara Hamby in Interviews

The Guggenheim fellow on returning to free verse in her latest collection, the difficulty of being joyful, and why poetry has taken the place of religion in her life.

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A Gentleman’s War

Ashley James interviews Madeleine Hunt Ehrlich in Art

In the fields of Brooklyn’s Jamaica Bay, a documentarian explores the transnational landscape of the sport of cricket.

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A Brave Pilot From the New China

Excerpts from a novel by Ernesto Semán, translated from the Spanish by Tara FitzGerald in Fiction

For many years I had thought about my father’s suicide, about his various possible suicides.

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Someone Is There

By Jean McGarry in Fiction

Every profession had its misfits and mediocrities, but few attracted, as his did, the very people it was designed to help.

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Shipwrecked

By Tatiana Oroño, translated from the Spanish by Jesse Lee Kercheval in Poetry

he was hoisted on the deck with his inheritance / of bones lowered in the berth

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The Third Maria

Oona Patrick and Dean Ellis interview Maria Teresa Horta

The Art of Independent Publishing

Jonathan Lee interviews Fiona McCrae

A Muscle of Belief

Erica Wright interviews Barbara Hamby
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The Art of Independent Publishing

Jonathan Lee interviews Fiona McCrae

The publisher of Graywolf on the pleasure of finding books others have overlooked.

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It should feel like you’ve rebuilt man / from woman’s most essential parts.

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Excerpts from a novel by Ernesto Semán, translated from the Spanish by Tara FitzGerald

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Someone Is There

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Every profession had its misfits and mediocrities, but few attracted, as his did, the very people it was designed to help.

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Ashley James interviews Madeleine Hunt Ehrlich

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