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"Thesmophoria," an essay on mothers and daughters by Melissa Febos: "It must have felt like an abduction to my mother, as if someone had stolen her daughter and replaced her with a maenad. I chose to leave her, to lie, to rush to places where men might lay their hands on me, but I was still a child. Who, then, was my abductor?"
"Hells Bells: Notes on Tone," a craft essay by Mary Ruefle.
Interviews with Dan Chiasson and Allan Gurganus.
Nonfiction by Heather McHugh and Ben Austen.
Poetry by Olena Kalytiak Davis, Carl Phillips, A. E. Stallings, and Noah Warren.
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