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The Chair

By Emily Strasser in Features

Dharamsala is the end of the journey for many Tibetans fleeing their Chinese-occupied homeland, and where their stories are told.

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Syria in its Own Image

Grace Bello interviews Mohammad Ali Atassi  in Interviews

The documentarian and journalist on the nation’s portrayal in the global media, the power of emergency cinema, and the role of the intellectual in revolution.

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Narrating Crisis in Sri Lanka

By Nimmi Gowrinathan in Features

Humanitarian efforts may alleviate the pain, but do they stop the political strife that leaves victims bleeding?

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Mitigating the Silence

Aisha Sabatini Sloan interviews Kwame Dawes in Interviews

The author couldn’t find a single press in the world devoted to publishing African poetry. So he created one.

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The Rabbit Slaughter

By Vincent Crapanzano in Features

An anthropologist examines the meanings of sacrifice and slaughter—with his own life as the case study.

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The Perfect Beat

By Alex Zafiris in Art

Canonizing and continuing DJ Afrika Bambaataa’s hip-hop legacy

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Afternoon Cowboys

By Jonathan Crowl in Fiction

“Smith & Wesson .357 Magnum. Straight out of a Western movie.” He handed it over to Brady, who gripped the black rubber handle and ran a finger on the sleek, cold metal barrel.

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Stormbringer

By Jennifer Haigh in Fiction

I met Tracy Pasco in the spring of 1980—in my Pennsylvania hometown, a time of relative optimism and ease.

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Corpse Flower

By Kerri Webster in Poetry

Blooms one day a year. Let wolves / suck marrow from the bones of boys.

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Halfway Through Life

By Mark Yakich in Poetry

We who crossed paths with the bomber / and lived the whole afternoon through.

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