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How Do You Know?

Jonathan Lee interviews Zia Haider Rahman in Interviews

The Bangladeshi-British writer on news versus novels, swapping rural poverty for Wall Street, and “the power of story on the human mind.”

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Going Underground

By Raphael Allison in Features

Rock bands, the academy as subculture, and staving off the crisis in the humanities.

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Small Rebellions

Michelle Chen interviews Grace Lee Boggs in Interviews

The civil rights icon on Detroit, the limits of protest organizing, and what she’s learned over seven decades of activism.

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To Zion and Back

Ismail Khalidi interviews Max Blumenthal in Interviews

The journalist on the rise of Israeli extremism.

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Combing the Edges

Wendy Lee interviews Anjali Singh  in Interviews

The editorial director of Other Press on cultivating politically important literature, seeking new voices, and race and class in publishing.

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The Unlearning

By Tatiane Schilaro in Art

A New York-based Brazilian writer considers her country’s unrest through the work of performance artist Paulo Bruscky.

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Switchback, 1994

By Jack Livings in Fiction

The pool of blood had grown a custardy skin in the cold, so that as the wind blew, it strained and jiggled.

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2 A.M. at the Cat’s Pajamas

By Marie-Helene Bertino in Fiction

Boys cross rooms for Georgie, who is full in the way they like. Foxy is the word for it, Sarina thinks, whereas she is foxless.

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You Blast Off, I’ll Drive

By Alison Smith in Poetry

We ferried into America on the pitch of the same folksong.

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