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Be the Kill-Joy

Kevin St. John interviews DarkMatter in Interviews

The performance artists on the racial history of drag, jokes as a means of survival, and leaving room for paradox.

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They Call Him Rrat

By Nora Hickey in Features

The unlikely bond between a hospice volunteer and a dying Vietnam veteran.

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Forget You’re Watching a Play

Iquo B. Essien interviews Liesl Tommy in Interviews

The director of Eclipsed on bringing the first all-female production to Broadway.

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A Slight Risk

By Ashley Patronyak in Features

An American pregnancy in Manila.

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At Soil Level

Simran Sethi interviews Sophie Munns in Art

The visual artist on working with seeds and seeing the world anew.

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Moscow Windows

By Mikhail Iossel in Fiction

An unimaginably endless life lay ahead of me, almost frighteningly so. Sometimes, when I thought about it, I became so agitated that I found it difficult to breathe.

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Manifesto

By Andrew Ladd in Fiction

“My brave little Marxist,” she will coo, knowing that her own, modest attempts at domestic revolution will as usual come to nothing, and softening in spite of it.

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A Soldier

By Admiel Kosman, translated from the Hebrew by Lisa Katz in Poetry

the melting seconds of your longing / in the brown of a military shirt

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She Walked In / She Walked Out

By Roberto Montes in Poetry

Whatever you touched grew more like itself

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Be the Kill-Joy

Kevin St. John interviews DarkMatter

Forget You’re Watching a Play

Iquo B. Essien interviews Liesl Tommy

The Language of Regime

Andrew Rose interviews Laura Secor
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INTERVIEWS

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Forget You’re Watching a Play

Iquo B. Essien interviews Liesl Tommy

The director of Eclipsed on bringing the first all-female production to Broadway.

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A Soldier

By Admiel Kosman, translated from the Hebrew by Lisa Katz

She Walked In / She Walked Out

By Roberto Montes

Question of Origins

By Kamil Bouška, translated from the Czech by Ondrej Pazdirek
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She Walked In / She Walked Out

By Roberto Montes

Whatever you touched grew more like itself

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Moscow Windows

By Mikhail Iossel

Manifesto

By Andrew Ladd

Heat and Light

An excerpt from the novel by Jennifer Haigh
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Manifesto

By Andrew Ladd

“My brave little Marxist,” she will coo, knowing that her own, modest attempts at domestic revolution will as usual come to nothing, and softening in spite of it.

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At Soil Level

Simran Sethi interviews Sophie Munns

Lovely Decorative Tentacles

By Aditi Sriram

The Footsteps of Dance Poetry

Jen Karetnick interviews Natica Angilly
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At Soil Level

Simran Sethi interviews Sophie Munns

The visual artist on working with seeds and seeing the world anew.

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