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Reintroductions and Other Translocations

By Kim Todd in Features

The water had been empty and now was full. This felt like what we should be doing with our human urge to meddle in natural affairs.

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We Can Try to Be Human

Meakin Armstrong interviews Etgar Keret in Interviews

The Israeli author on the dramatic family histories that fuel his work, the broken promises of his homeland, and the sanctuary of literature.

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Flight of the Ruler

By Gabrielle Bellot in Features

A transwoman in exile.

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Just Out of Frame

Alex Carp interviews Sarah Stillman in Interviews

The journalist on the “strange, extractive” process of interviewing; second-, third-, and fourth-act stories; and coming to reporting as “a real, whole person.”

NEWPORT, RI - JULY 1963:  An encore ensemble (L- R: Peter Yarrow, Mary Travers, Paul Stookey, Joan Baez, Bob Dylan, Bernice Reagon, Cordell Reagon, Charles Neblett, Rutha Harris, Pete Seeger) sing the civil rights anthem "We Shall Overcome' at the finale of the Newport Folk Festival in July, 1963 in Newport, Rhode Island. (Photo by David Gahr/Getty Images)

Music Meant to Change the World

By Justin Slaughter in Art

Folk City at the Museum of the City of New York dives into the politics and nostalgia of New York’s folk revival.

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Train

By Rebecca Entel in Fiction

Now that she had shared a story, the Mother said, he must tell her one of his own. Something that had happened to him. He could tell that she meant something terrible.

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The Vase

By Azareen Van der Vliet Oloomi in Fiction

I didn’t tell my husband, but there was a part of me that could have lived like that: eating cockroaches in the dirt, catching flies.

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Now I understand what maturity is. Thank you, Wool!

By Kent Shaw in Poetry

We had been asked to piece together the conspiracy using only wool.

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By Shayla Lawson in Poetry

I do not / write about you for you / are not washed out.

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