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Restaging Violence: Marcela Torres Interviewed by Jared Quinton
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Performances that address the affliction of racism.

Portfolio by Dawn Clements
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Dawn Clements (1958–2018) was an artist based in Brooklyn. Her paintings and drawings captured her immediate surroundings as well as architectural interiors from films.

End Page by Alison Kuo & Williamson Brasfield
A View of Vesuvius by Daniel Poppick

I entered my boss’s security code and pretended I was lifting a strain from a fugue.

Unreadable Comic by Tsukue Akimoto
from rose miniatures by Navid Sinaki

the call to prayer plays on a victrola. the vinyl sat so long on an ellington…

Three Poems by Timothy Donnelly

I dreamed of home invasion, and of a great celebrity / hidden inside a series of rooms, each hermetically / separated by glossy, voice-activated doors, each / bordered on both sides by facsimile rooms, identical

Settler/Unsettled by Oliver Baez Bendorf

My blood a prophet in a medieval castle with his people—been flogged in the streets / books burned / driven out of town by an angry / mob

Bernard: A Character Study by Peter Orner

They found my mother’s first cousin frozen in a rented cabin up in New Hampshire, not far from where he’d gone to prep school. A smart kid, Bernard enrolled at Harvard on a math scholarship in the fall of 1973.

The Genuine Alacrity of Things by Evelyn Hampton

He knows where a man’s heart is on display…

Hardening by Danielle Sosin

My mother sits on a coral reef, her gray hair undulating around her head, face blank, her eyes like a fish’s…

The Horror is What We Don’t Yet Know (and Maybe Never Will): Brian Evenson Interviewed by Rob Goyanes
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The writer on his new short story collection, creating realistic characters that don’t always change, and how fatherhood has impacted his relationship to language.

Portfolio: Martin Wilner
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Drawings and notes on relation.

Exorcism, or Eating My Twin by Sam Cohen
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My twin and I met in the Midwestern college town where she lives, at a fan convention for Buffy the Vampire Slayer. I was dressed as Faith, the bad slayer in black leather and burgundy lips.

Fluidity and Change: Lito Kattou Interviewed by Caroline Elbaor
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Sculpture that seeks to elude binaries.

Fellowships and Residencies Summer 2019
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Our quarterly roundup of multidisciplinary fellowships, residencies, and prizes currently accepting applications.

No Such Thing as a Happy Ending: Nicholas Mancusi Interviewed by Kyle Lucia Wu
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The debut novelist on writing fiction about free will, his love of Denis Johnson, the elusive idea of plot, and his family lineage of writers.

Zero Things: Liz Magor Interviewed by Lee Ann Norman
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Reanimating inanimate objects.

From the White House to Studio 54: Bob Colacello Interviewed by Jane Ursula Harris
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Photographing Andy Warhol’s celebrity circle.

Portfolio: Math Bass
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A poetics of form.

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