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An essay on Lisa Taddeo's Three Women by Stephanie Danler: "Occasionally we get so focused on having the 'right' people speak that we forget that the most salient aspect of this historical moment is of more being more. More women. More stories. More accountability for the men that profess to love us."
"On Patient Writing," a craft essay by Chris Bachelder.
Fiction by Lea Carpenter and Shawn Vestal.
Nonfiction by Stephanie McCarter, Lorrie Moore, and Margaret Renkl.
Poetry by Olena Kalytiak Davis, Garrett Hongo, and Paul Muldoon.
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