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Redux: No Human Tongue - The Paris Review
This is a changeling, a double, an identical twin. 1
a mythology can ask why is winter so much greener than spring, even clouded in white? 1the icicles trail as far down the evergreens as they can, but don't keep the wind from brushing snow and sun across the mountain on the same day. 1
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The Rumpus Book Club Chat with Maggie Nelson
The Rumpus Book Club Chat with Maggie Nelson
4 Science-Backed Tips for First-Time Authors Dealing With Writer's Block
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Jasper Johns and Me
One night in 1986, while standing at the top ramp of a Guggenheim Museum opening as an art-world wannabe, peering down at this social universe that seemed so distant and magical to me, I found myself standing next to an older man.
A Woman and a Philosopher: An Interview with Amia Srinivasan - The Paris Review
When Amia Srinivasan published her essay "Does Anyone Have the Right to Sex?"
Speaking Together: Poetry Exercises in Anti-Ableism - Open Space
The documentary Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution has many profound moments (if you haven't yet seen it, rush to your nearest screen!) , but there is one scene which has stuck with me.
Darkness invisible: Richard H Kirk RIP - The Wire
Richard H Kirk in The Wire 193. Photo: Nik Strangelove
In memory of Sheffield's electronic and post-punk pioneer we make two interviews from our archive free to read
The Art of Bearing Witness: Sanctuary by Emily Rapp Black
The Art of Bearing Witness: Sanctuary by Emily Rapp Black
Who is the person you carry? The one who died too soon, the one who, in honor and in protest, you furiously carry everywhere?
Searching for Plato With My 7-Year-Old
The Voyages Issue
In Athens with his daughter, Thomas Chatterton Williams could finally pay homage in person to the classical education his own father gave him.
This Much Is True by Miriam Margolyes review - a wickedly honest memoir
'm quite sure you picked up this book hoping I'd make you laugh," Miriam Margolyes writes in her memoir, This Much Is True. She more than delivered.