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Unwanted Alive

By J. Malcolm Garcia in Features

Since changes to US immigration law in the ’90s, many veterans are being deported.

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Young, Gifted, and Black

Hope Wabuke interviews Jeffery Renard Allen in Interviews

The author on the genius slave musician who inspired his novel and the fallacy of a post-racial America.

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Playing Spaces

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The architect and writer on action as information, subtraction as growth, and indeterminacy as a practical protocol for design.

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A Dangerous Language

Vineet Gill interviews Mano Khalil in Interviews

The Kurdish filmmaker on deploying a camera rather than a gun to fight for his community.

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Shifting States

By Emmanuel Iduma in Art

What can two portraits of President-elect Muhammadu Buhari, taken three decades apart, tell us about Nigeria’s political climate?

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The Edge

By Barbara Mhangami-Ruwende in Fiction

She studied her face, looking for any change. A bad person. A cheat. A lesbian. A cheating, barren lesbian.

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A Boy My Sister Dated in High School

By Emily Mitchell in Fiction

When the boy she was dating hit my sister, it made a sharp cracking sound, just like it does in the movies.

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By Nina Puro in Poetry

If gender, swim / parallel to shore.

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The Self Forgives Little of Itself

By Adam Clay in Poetry

it’s as if the knuckle of tomorrow / has arrived today

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