A woman in white came up to us and said, “You’re welcome here. Everyone is welcome here.” She motioned us into the sanctuary, Carol included, who kept on with her act like a road-show vaudevillian.
Our fiction editor’s theory on New York as a place of neutrality and a refuge from soul crushing lunches at Applebee’s…and his call for proselytizing Christians to leave New Yorkers alone.
The greatest living filmmaker you’ve never heard of.
E.C. Osondu's story in Guernica, Waiting, won the so-called African Booker—the Caine Prize for African Writing.