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Up in Arms

Sarah Galo interviews Molly Crabapple in Interviews

The artist and journalist on reporting from Guantánamo Bay and Syria, glamor as a subversive power, and neutrality and boredom as weapons of the state.

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To Anyang

By Ariel Lewiton in Features

Lost for words in the cradle of Chinese civilization.

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The Trouble With Empathy

Allyson Kirkpatrick interviews Paul Bloom in Interviews

My complaint is against empathy as a moral guide. But as a source of pleasure, it can’t be beat.

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Take My Name and Say It Slow

By Thomas Dai in Features

"But where are you really from?" they ask, and I never know who to answer for, Thomas or Nuocheng?

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Female Gazing

Bryony Angell interviews Ana Alvarez-Errecalde in Art

The artist on primal super identities, photographing migrants, and motherhood as a source of creative power.

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Treasure Hunters

By Susan Daitch in Fiction

So you’re the hotshot diver, he said, if you won’t take any money, let me buy you a hot dog.

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Man on the Bus with a Spider on His Back

By J. M. Tyree in Fiction

There's a man on the bus sitting directly in front of you. He has a small brown spider crawling across his red shirt, near his left shoulder blade.

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From L’Heure Bleue, or The Judy Poems

By Elisa Gabbert in Poetry

it’s good to remember / how much it hurts

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White Boy Time Machine: Software

By Hieu Minh Nguyen in Poetry

b u t w h e r e a r e y o u r e a l l y f r o m ? / yesterday is the wrong answer, tomorrow too

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