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Living is Contagious: Aimee Herman Interviewed by Christina Quintana
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The writer on her debut novel, Everything Grows, an epistolary exploration of finding community and coming out in the early ’90s.

A Cosmos of Your Own Creation: Mark Mayer Interviewed by Kristen Kubecka
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The author discusses his debut collection, Aerialists, and the surreality of the human mind.

History As Imitation of Life: Sherrie Levine by William J. Simmons
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Awash in melancholy. 

Against Our Will: Traci Molloy and Sarah Super Interviewed by Melissa Potter
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Public art addressing the trauma of sexual violence.

Organizing Accidents: Charlotte Gainsbourg Interviewed by William J. Simmons
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The actress and singer contemplates family, language, and the nature of true artistry.

In Flow: Peter Evans Interviewed by Sam Weinberg
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The improvisor and composer contemplates polyphonic pathways and reaching past the self.

Oral History Project: Linda Goode Bryant by Rujeko Hockley
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“I was motivated to pursue a way to change the conditions that were causing Black artists I interfaced with every day to say, ‘They won’t let us, they won’t let us, they won’t let us.’ I got tired of hearing that, and I said, ‘Fuck them! Let’s start a gallery!’ So that’s how JAM got started. It was never about being included.”

—Linda Goode Bryant, “Recollections, Linda Goode Bryant” in Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power

Genres as Lenses: Namwali Serpell Interviewed by Ryan Chapman
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The Zambian novelist on using tropes to upend them, the power of mistakes, writing female desire, and more.

Ritualization and Embodiment: Sarah Zapata Interviewed by Jeanne Vaccaro
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Textile works that investigate guilt, spirituality, and the future.

Issue #147: Young Joon Kwak by Charles Long
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On stage and in the studio, Kwak (aka Xina Xurner) summons bodies, objects, and energies that flourish at the “seams of the illusions of fixed identity.”

Signaling Through the Flames: On The Gulf by Belle Boggs by Kristen Martin
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A scam writing workshop for Christians breeds empathy.

Misplaced Empathy: Amy Bessone Interviewed by William J. Simmons
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Recontextualizing “bad objects.”

Making Interiority Visible: Dawoud Bey Interviewed by Louis Bury
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A new series of photographs tracks the Underground Railroad.

Witchcraft and Waterfalls: Nietzchka Keene’s The Juniper Tree by Dana Reinoos
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A forgotten feminist fairy tale and Björk’s big-screen debut, The Juniper Tree, returns.

Issue #147: Frederic Tuten’s My Young Life by Thomas Bolt
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My Young Life is a memoir of becoming…

Issue #147: Abbigail N. Rosewood’s If I Had Two Lives by Yasmin Roshanian
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In New York, everything sounds back to Vietnam…

Issue #147: Beatriz Colomina’s X-Ray Architecture by Ashley Simone
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The story is contagious and the imaging tells it…

Issue #147: Rest in Paradise, Jonas Mekas by Marianne Shaneen
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Intention and Chance by Joey Perr
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A selection of pages from Hands Up, Herbie!, a graphic biography of the artist and educator Herb Perr.

Chilling Artistry: On Mariana Dimópulos’s All My Goodbyes by Sarah Blakley-Cartwright​
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A novel about new global citizenship, the absurdities of late capitalism, and the unsettling power of silence. 

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