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Scenes From the End of the World

Jonathan Lee interviews Leslie Jamison and Ryan Spencer in Interviews

The writer and photographer on their first book collaboration and how “shared terror” can make us feel less alone.

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History Is Who You’ve Lost

By Rita Gabis in Features

I, without knowing, dreamed parts of a truth. One part is this: my grandfather on my mother’s side was a murderer. Or was he?

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The Alchemy of Cinema

Darrell Hartman interviews Hubert Sauper in Interviews

The documentarian on white savior narratives, making enemies of gunrunners and governments, and nonfiction film as art.

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In the Fictions of Our Past

Lucas Mann and Jill Talbot in conversation in Interviews

The authors discuss mourning in memoir, whether dreams belong in literature, and the territory between writing and teaching.

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A Battle in Images

By Abby Margulies in Art

Political posters and propaganda on view at LACMA shed light on a tumultuous period in Germany’s history, when art served as a catalyst for change.

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Quicksand

An excerpt from the novel by Steve Toltz in Fiction

It’s an open secret that every officer, regardless of rank, is allowed to step in and ask for special consideration for one fuck-up.

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The Boy from Petrópolis

By Nuala O’Connor in Fiction

I look at his face; the green eyes, the wet mouth. I still feel the dream-softness of his hair under my hands; I feel like a grandmother, like a mother, like a lover.

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my name is man

By Wiley Birkhofer in Poetry

i have torn myself down / my breezy bad mind

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Army SMART Book Section 1-8: “The origin of the hand salute is uncertain.”

By Karen Skolfield in Poetry

Prove you’re mammalian by twisting / your neck a mere 160 degrees, / 180 if you’re under 30.

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Scenes From the End of the World

Jonathan Lee interviews Leslie Jamison and Ryan Spencer

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I look at his face; the green eyes, the wet mouth. I still feel the dream-softness of his hair under my hands; I feel like a grandmother, like a mother, like a lover.

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