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Black Is the Color of My True Love’s Hair

By Nishta Mehra in Features

On interracial adoption in “post-racial” America

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Ethnographic Invention

Megha Majumdar interviews Lily King in Interviews

The novelist on the vivid life of Margaret Mead, a love triangle in the South Pacific, and the shared language of anthropology and fiction.

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Fieldwork

By Quintan Ana Wikswo in Features

Lost and found in the femicide regions of the US-Mexico border

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The Contender

Andrew Rose interviews Zephyr Teachout in Interviews

The former New York gubernatorial candidate on misperceptions of big government, the poetry of politics, and why “it would be a tragedy if [Hillary] ran in an uncontested primary.”

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The Art Of Agenting

Jonathan Lee interviews Chris Parris-Lamb in Interviews

The literary agent on gatekeeping, the truth behind big advances, and why Amazon neglects the “humanity to good books.”

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Buffalo Magic

By Darrell Hartman  in Art

Plains Indians, Painted Hides, and the De-Wilding of the American West

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Red Brick

By Danny Lorberbaum in Fiction

Sam wants to see the Mississippi River at night. He has heard of Tom Sawyer and he looks for him in the faces of boys they pass.

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My Dreams Would Seem So Close

By Stephen O’Connor in Fiction

“They’re back!” we hissed over our kitchen fences. “Someone’s got to stop them! Something must be done!”

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Reckoner

By Nance Van Winckel in Poetry

back back back / to fowl becoming fish.

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Dominion

By Rajiv Mohabir in Poetry

A mandrake quickens / into greed-grab, tears a page / from Genesis.

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Ethnographic Invention

Megha Majumdar interviews Lily King

The Contender

Andrew Rose interviews Zephyr Teachout

The Art Of Agenting

Jonathan Lee interviews Chris Parris-Lamb
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INTERVIEWS

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The Art Of Agenting

Jonathan Lee interviews Chris Parris-Lamb

The literary agent on gatekeeping, the truth behind big advances, and why Amazon neglects the “humanity to good books.”

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Dominion

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A mandrake quickens / into greed-grab, tears a page / from Genesis.

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“They’re back!” we hissed over our kitchen fences. “Someone’s got to stop them! Something must be done!”

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