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A craft essay by Paisley Rekdal: “Where does a war begin and end? And, when it comes to the presence of women in war, are women ever and only passive subjects?”
A Review from Merritt Moseley on the Best of the Booker Prizes 1992-2019.
Fiction by Brandon Haffner and Brandon Taylor.
Nonfiction by John Psaropoulos, David H. Lynn, and Rachel Cusk.
Notes on the Interregnum featuring Lorrie Moore, Sidik Fofana, Monica Black, and Elliott Ackerman.
Poetry by Daniel Anderson, Katy Didden, and Shane McCrae.
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