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On the life and afterlife of the Bernhardian monologue.
Short fiction by Michael Wasiura.
Encounters with art in Second Place and beyond
Powerful citizens are usually above suspicion.
An excerpt from Sergio González Rodríguez’s “El hombre sin cabeza.”
Nayib Bukele dismantles El Salvador’s fledgling democracy.
something I made up
in the mirror of enmeshed languages
survived briefly then died
in my lifetime
shallow enough, close to thaw,
the ice beginning to fissure like
latticework bowed: a teensy fish,
tadpole maybe, wiggling in. . .
Short fiction by Madeline Cash.
New York City welcomes the bad future of urban planning.
Do we have more to learn from the nineteenth-century novel?
The suffocating fate of being a celebrity and a ”legend” at twenty-three.
Against “How I Built This.”