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Jesmyn Ward: Sing, Unburied, Sing

The author on her latest novel, transforming archetypes, and a changing Mississippi. The post Jesmyn Ward: Sing, Unburied, Sing appeared first on Guernica.   [ continue reading...]

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Psalm of the Fire Starter

"I fled to oceans, I wandered / and found flesh— / some to eat, some to undress."   [ continue reading...]

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Captain Q Is Dead

“They were out of money. Two scaffold monkeys chasing work. But too often it was down a hole, mucking street sewers beside convicts.”   [ continue reading...]

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Semiotics Has Never Been More Thrilling

Laurent Binet’s latest novel is a great big joke, and a crash course in literary theory.   [ continue reading...]

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The Many Ivans

Weiqing Yuan on being a Chinese street artist in Times Square   [ continue reading...]

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The Left Behind

"I live in fear of the day he will leave me again. But for now I am high on the intensity with which he says he loves me."   [ continue reading...]

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When White Supremacy Gets Road Rage

Why it matters that James Fields chose a car as his weapon in Charlottesville, VA.   [ continue reading...]

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Aughts

Recalling art, sex, and personal politics in the twenty-first century.   [ continue reading...]

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Suzy Hansen: The Rest of the World Knows

The writer on living abroad in Istanbul and the fraught concepts of American innocence and empire.   [ continue reading...]

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Three Re-Tellings

Each poem rewrites racism with magic. The post Three Re-Tellings appeared first on Guernica.   [ continue reading...]

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The Marsh at the End of the World

Wetlands are some of the world’s greatest carbon sinks, and they're starting to rot: from Maine, an investigation of an ecosystem on the brink.   [ continue reading...]

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Kiss, Kiss

My son does not give kisses. He devours. He will take your face in both hands and open his mouth wide and seek to encapsulate the whole of you.   [ continue reading...]

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Svetlana Alexievich: A Poet of People

The “Nobel laureate of Russian misery” reaches American readers, and new heights.   [ continue reading...]

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An Inconvenient Movement

The problem with Al Gore’s latest documentary about the climate crisis is Al Gore himself.   [ continue reading...]

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For Isabel

I caught the bat in the beam of the flashlight, in all that darkness, and the bat, squeaking, told me: Hello, handsome, have you made contact?   [ continue reading...]

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By the Horns

The costs of doing business in Interior, South Dakota, population: 94.   [ continue reading...]

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Victor LaValle: Fairy Tales Redux

The novelist discusses his latest book, The Changeling, and imagining the deaths of your children.   [ continue reading...]

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After Dinner

The serrated are only / 
for dining, the curved ones for husking / 
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Mirjana Karanović: After Yugoslavia

The Serbian actress and filmmaker on legacies of violence in the Balkans and letting go of secrets.   [ continue reading...]

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In Defense of Imagination

The poets Matthew Zapruder and Ada Limón discuss Zapruder’s new prose book, Why Poetry.   [ continue reading...]

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