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Guillermo Calderón’s Villa by Tom Sellar
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It takes a rare kind of playwright to evoke the head-spinning contradictions in our national political psyches.

Dmitry Krymov by John Freedman
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“I asked my students for the image of the essence of tenderness. One girl brought in a small, silver plate with a bunch of grapes neatly laid out on it. When I noticed she had stripped the skin off the grapes, I got goose bumps.”

Ross Partridge by Gary M. Kramer
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“She’ll be like an apple tree among all the ash-colored buildings of that granite city.”

Jean-Pierre & Luc Dardenne by Liza Béar
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The master filmmakers on blending the political and the personal in their new film.

Alina Gregorian by Sarah Gerard
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Dramaturgy, flags, and tangible abstractions.

Treeless Mountain by Montana Wojczuk
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Brenda Wineapple, author of the new Emily Dickinson biography White Heat, recently spoke on “nudging narrative,” the massive effort needed to create a “biological narrative” out of the messy stuff of life. 

Christopher Shinn by David Greenspan
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Christopher Shinn and I spoke over the phone and decided we’d have our conversation at New Dramatists, where we’re both member playwrights. Because it’s summer, the building is relatively quiet and relatively air-conditioned. 

The Keepsake by Kirsty Gunn

This First Proof contains an excerpt from the novel The Keepsake.

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