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Nika Knight interviews Diane Ravitch  in Interviews

The former assistant secretary of education grapples with the school-reform movement and the systemic issues that plague American education.

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Unraveling

By Toni Nealie in Features

What kind of real mother would film the death of a child?

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Freedom Mandate

By Sarah Smarsh in Features

When the religious right co-opts the push to reinvigorate civics education, dubious legislation reveals the most powerful people in public schools.

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How Does It End?

David Burr Gerrard interviews Scott Cheshire in Interviews

The debut novelist and former Jehovah’s Witness on being a child preacher, leaving the church, and the safety of a good book.

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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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