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From Natural History by Carlos Fonseca
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It must have been during those months when an accident slightly threw off my routine. And maybe it was in those months when I finally found—though I wasn’t looking for it—a brief respite. One day I was at Giovanna’s and she read me a few lines of the subcomandante’s, poetic lines that told the story of a viceroy of India who dreams that his kingdom is destroyed.

From Natural History by Carlos Fonseca
Bomb Natural History Marigold

It must have been during those months when an accident slightly threw off my routine. And maybe it was in those months when I finally found—though I wasn’t looking for it—a brief respite. One day I was at Giovanna’s and she read me a few lines of the subcomandante’s, poetic lines that told the story of a viceroy of India who dreams that his kingdom is destroyed.

Laura van den Berg & Karolina Waclawiak: Hosted by R.O. Kwon
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Join us as we celebrate the launch of two summer books!

Laura van den Berg & Karolina Waclawiak: Hosted by R.O. Kwon
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Join us as we celebrate the launch of two summer books!

To Create Ourselves Between the Day: Mark Nowak Interviewed by Voices: Poetry for the People
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On the relationship between poetry and social struggle.

Gradations of Anxiety and Precarity: Lynn Steger Strong Interviewed by Zan Romanoff
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The writer on her new novel, looking at the spectrum of privilege, and subverting female friendship tropes.

Archetypal Portraits: Will Cotton Interviewed by William J. Simmons
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Painting the fantasy of real life.

Subscriber Exclusive: Lydia Davis Broadsheet
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Two new Lydia Davis stories on a collectible broadsheet.

Work That Sustains: The Wattis Library by Amber Power
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Offering open access to essays, lectures, and performances by contemporary artists and scholars during the pandemic.

Projecting Desires: Sarah Gerard Interviewed by Elle Nash
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The writer on her new novel, creative partnerships, sex as communication, and tending to old drafts.

New Readings, New Meanings: Frida Orupabo Interviewed by Jareh Das
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Working with collage to undo the gendered and racist gaze.

From Invisibility to Visibility: Sanaë Lemoine Interviewed by Lynn Steger Strong
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The writer on writing about secrets, food as love language, and releasing a debut novel during a pandemic.

Collision of Histories: Rowan Hisayo Buchanan Interviewed by Chaya Bhuvaneswar
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On writing mentally ill characters with nuance and how our identities shape the power relationships of our most intimate interactions.

Revisiting History: Yvonne Rainer, Revisions: Essays by Apollo Musagète, Yvonne Rainer, and Others Reviewed by Rachel Valinsky
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A collection of texts by and about the groundbreaking choreographer and filmmaker.

The Best and the Worst: Dennis E. Staples Interviewed by Elizabeth Hoover
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The writer on writing about urban legends, gay life on the reservation, and why he created a happy ghost.

A “New” Normal: Farah Al Qasimi’s FUNHOUSE Reviewed by David Everitt Howe
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Cultural hybridity and displacement between East and West.

Power, Desire, and Belief: Emily Temple Interviewed by Julie Buntin
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The debut novelist on the mercurial desires of teenage girls, the musicality of language, and embracing the digressive quality of the human mind.

An Album Against Extinction: Sciamachy Reviewed by Ruby Brunton
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The poet Anne Waldman leads a global musical collaboration.

Issue #152: Jibz Cameron by Svetlana Kitto
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The performance artist aka Dynasty Handbag recounts her journey from the San Francisco DIY scene to New York’s avant-garde theater world and ultimately to Hollywood.

The Trail of Connections: Rick Barot Interviewed by Jane Wong
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The poet on his new collection, language as resistance, research as a starting point, and how the intimate suggests the epic.

We’re Not Going Back to Normal: Michael Arceneaux Interviewed by Greg Mania
I Don't Want To Die Poor

The writer on his new book about the toll debt took on his life and the universal reality of his experience.

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