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The Cousins Karamazov

David Simon interviews Richard Price in Interviews

The acclaimed writer on reporting fiction, listening to Martin Scorsese, and the family values in his new novel, The Whites.

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The Tiger

By Ellen Wiles, including an interview with Win Tin in Features

A Burmese poet and activist revisits the years of his incarceration, while urging change in a country that does not yet feel free.

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Blood at the Root

Neelanjana Banerjee interviews Nayomi Munaweera in Interviews

The Sri Lankan-American novelist on Sri Lanka’s brutal history and grappling with the right to tell the story of the country she left behind.

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Built for Humans

Bryce T. Bauer interviews Sharon Zukin  in Interviews

The sociologist on the role of the artist in gentrification, challenges to affordable housing, and the commodification of New York City’s loft lifestyle.

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Escape, Release, and Return

By Leslie Baum in Art

The artist reimagines Robin Beth Schaer’s poem, "Messenger."

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This Huge Equilibirum

By Darrell Hartman in Art

On director Wim Wenders’s documentary The Salt of the Earth, a look at the career and conservation efforts of photographer Sebastião Salgado.

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Stop Me If You’ve Heard This One Before

By Lillian Li in Fiction

“Storytelling should feel spontaneous!” he had insisted. "Spontaneous, but without any mistakes or hesitations.”

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In the Dim Below

By Teresa Milbrodt in Fiction

Our parents were too busy launching bombs over the river to notice missing fingers.

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Carousel

By Gabrielle Bates in Poetry

The foal in its wet white bag / isn’t dead yet. Cue the cheery organ music.

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Carib Woman, 1818

By Khalym Kari Burke-Thomas in Poetry

I am burning in this life / and the next.

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The Cousins Karamazov

David Simon interviews Richard Price

Blood at the Root

Neelanjana Banerjee interviews Nayomi Munaweera

Built for Humans

Bryce T. Bauer interviews Sharon Zukin
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INTERVIEWS

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Built for Humans

Bryce T. Bauer interviews Sharon Zukin

The sociologist on the role of the artist in gentrification, challenges to affordable housing, and the commodification of New York City’s loft lifestyle.

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By Gabrielle Bates

Carib Woman, 1818

By Khalym Kari Burke-Thomas

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Carib Woman, 1818

By Khalym Kari Burke-Thomas

I am burning in this life / and the next.

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By Lillian Li

In the Dim Below

By Teresa Milbrodt

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In the Dim Below

By Teresa Milbrodt

Our parents were too busy launching bombs over the river to notice missing fingers.

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By Leslie Baum

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This Huge Equilibirum

By Darrell Hartman

On director Wim Wenders’s documentary The Salt of the Earth, a look at the career and conservation efforts of photographer Sebastião Salgado.

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