Sarah Neilson

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Reimagining the State: Jonas Eika Interviewed by Sarah Neilson
Cover photo of Jonas Eika's After the Sun which is the title with swirly bright colors all around it.

A collection of short stories by the Danish author addressing global class crisis and inequality.

Reimagining the State: Jonas Eika Interviewed by Sarah Neilson
Cover photo of Jonas Eika's After the Sun which is the title with swirly bright colors all around it.

A collection of short stories by the Danish author addressing global class crisis and inequality.

From our Spring Issue: Melissa Febos by Sarah Neilson
Photo of the author Melissa Febos

In her latest book, Girlhood, the essayist examines her own coming of age and finding the words to forge a new self.

None of Us Are Simple: Ilana Masad Interviewed by Sarah Neilson
All My Mothers Lovers Violet

The debut writer on complex characters, love stories, and how we code each other.

Exploration and Excavation: An Interview with Vivek Shraya by Sarah Neilson
Cover of Vivek Shraya's The Subtweet

On navigating the success and failure dichotomy, the tropes of women friendship narratives, and working across mediums.

Why We Should Read Poetry by Sarah Neilson
Tiled portraits of ten poets, Brooke Matson, Megan Fernandes, Monica Sok, Natalie Diaz, Roya Marsh, Gwen Benaway, John Elizabeth Stintzi, Amy Woolard, and Khadijah Queen

Ten poets offer recommendations on where to start and the poems that inspire them most.

Not Your Well-Behaved Good Gay: Sara Quin Interviewed by Sarah Neilson
High School

The writer and musician on queer representation, empathy for our younger selves, and music for our feelings.

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