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They Seem to Be Immortal

By Zach St. George in Features

The expansive, ongoing fight to save the sequoias.

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Journey to the Other

Tiffanie Wen interviews Mohammed Dajani Daoudi  in Interviews

The scholar and peace activist on Palestinian centrism, living as an exile, and learning from both Fatah and Israeli soldiers on the road to radical compassion.

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Iowa Pastoral

By Dao Strom in Features

Unintended lessons from the acclaimed American writing program.

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In Defense Of

Jean Stevens interviews Lynne Stewart in Interviews

The “people’s lawyer” on her most controversial criminal defense cases—including the one that sent her to prison.

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Raw Nerve

Grace Bello interviews Françoise Mouly in Art

The New Yorker’s art editor on learning English through imagery, comics as cultural barometer, and collaborating with Art Spiegelman.

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Only Son

By Patrick Dacey in Fiction

“Some are really crazy,” the nurse said. “Others are just pretending.”

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Long Forgotten

By Ariel Dorfman in Fiction

He did not want her to think what might possibly be true: that he was going mad.

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Wide Action Is Not a Width

By Amber Galeo in Poetry

When women grew slender as church spires. I refused.

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Roots

By Luis Muñoz, translated from the Spanish by Curtis Bauer in Poetry

I envied them in silence / because they were starting something.

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