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Amy Gall interviews LaShonda Katrice Barnett in Interviews

The author and historian on the legacy of slavery, queer love, and the coded language of desire in the nineteenth century.

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The Rhino’s Last Stand

By Carly Nairn in Features

Is domestication a final hope for the world’s rhinos?

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Global Kleptocracy

Daniela Petrova interviews Sarah Chayes in Interviews

The foreign policy expert on global corruption, violent extremism, and how the West “has lost the balance between rectitude and liberty.”

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Stars in My Pocket Like Bits of Data

By Paul Stephens in Features

The poetics of information overload.

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In Full Flight

Aditi Sriram interviews Helen Macdonald in Interviews

The writer, naturalist, and former falconer on the temporality of grief, inhabiting the voice of T.H. White, and developing radical empathy with a goshawk.

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I Share, Therefore I Am

By Arianne Di Nardo in Art

Artist Mónika Sziládi examines the digital self.

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Let Me Explain You

An excerpt from the novel by Annie Liontas in Fiction

Stavros Stavros was fat and full at the end of the night. All he needed now was to deflower a virgin.

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The Americanist

By Andrew Malan Milward in Fiction

“I’m celebrating my country! Stop hating my freedom, you terrorist.”

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Doubts and a Hesitation

By Garous Abdolmalekian, translated from the Persian by Ahmad Nadalizadeh and Idra Novey in Poetry

Who has dislocated the world? / and why are birds circling in our stomachs?

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Preface to a Twenty-Volume Regicide Note

By Joshua Bennett in Poetry

Give me the names // of the slain. Say each name / like benediction.

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Players for Democracy

Amy Gall interviews LaShonda Katrice Barnett

Global Kleptocracy

Daniela Petrova interviews Sarah Chayes

In Full Flight

Aditi Sriram interviews Helen Macdonald
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INTERVIEWS

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In Full Flight

Aditi Sriram interviews Helen Macdonald

The writer and naturalist on the temporality of grief, inhabiting the voice of T.H. White, and developing radical empathy with a goshawk.

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Doubts and a Hesitation

By Garous Abdolmalekian, translated from the Persian by Ahmad Nadalizadeh and Idra Novey

Preface to a Twenty-Volume Regicide Note

By Joshua Bennett

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POETRY

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Preface to a Twenty-Volume Regicide Note

By Joshua Bennett

Give me the names // of the slain. Say each name / like benediction.

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Let Me Explain You

An excerpt from the novel by Annie Liontas

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The Americanist

By Andrew Malan Milward

“I’m celebrating my country! Stop hating my freedom, you terrorist.”

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Artist Mónika Sziládi examines the digital self.

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