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"Stoned Fruits," an essay on pregnancy by Stephanie Danler: "Pregnant women are psychologically abnormal, in the way of shamans, witches, or mystics: they are chosen. They know it. They walk around fat and out of breath, but haloed. They feel, and are, enhanced by mystery, close to the unspeakable parts of life."
"Vaccination and Other Metaphors," a craft essay by Catherine Lacey.
The winners of the 2018 SR Fiction & Poetry Contest.
Nonfiction by Esmé Weijun Wang, Dan Chiasson, and Maurice Manning.
Poetry by Ishion Hutchinson, Ange Mlinko, Heather McHugh, and Jennifer Habel.
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