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American Slaughterhouse

Carson Vaughan interviews Ted Genoways in Interviews

The journalist on the myriad ills of the meat trade, the plight of migrant workers, and the twin missions of journalism and poetry.

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Shattered

By Sonya Lea in Features

Every day I expect to wake up and discover that the morphine has worn off, and that Richard is back to the man he was before the surgery. Instead, quiet.

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Mythic Retreat

Rebecca Rukeyser interviews Kazuo Ishiguro in Interviews

The Booker Prize-winning author on samurai sword fights, the trouble with literary allusion, and the fabled world of post-Arthurian England.

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The War of Forgetting

By Michelle García in Features

Inspired by Eduardo Galeano, the discovery that all wars—personal, territorial, political—have afterlives in our grief and memory.

All images courtesy of Greg Reynolds and Bywater Bros. Editions

Jesus Days

By Greg Reynolds in Art

A photographer's images of a contented but closeted youth.

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I’ll Die and Be Right There

By Anna Matveeva, translated from the Russian by Ellen Litman in Fiction

He told them about the Internet, Steam, Apple, and Microsoft, which were the other names of Satan.

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The Baby

By D. Foy, an excerpt from the unpublished Patricide: A Novel of Memory in Fiction

“I hope you pathetic little boys are proud of yourselves!” she cried. “I honestly do!”

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By Dana Ranga, translated from the German by Monika Cassel in Poetry

joypolice, even when there’s hunger and fear, we grab hold

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The Door

By Nomi Stone in Poetry

Where are you Salma? Little ache / of sky.

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