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An excerpt from John Wray's new novel, Godsend: "The days seemed continuous, little more than hours in some greater, more pitiless day, with intervals of lightlessness between. Ziar kept them moving from dawn until sunset: if not for the five mandated prayers they’d have had no rest to speak of. The men grew more religious by the day."
Photography by Stacy Kranitz.
A Craft Essay on plot by Michael Cunningham.
Justin Taylor reviews Mary Robison.
Stories by Sidik Fofana, Ann Beattie, and Megan Mayhew Bergman.
Poetry by Sharon Olds, William Brewer, and others.
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