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John Leavitt is a writer and artist. He lives in New York City.
All I remember is she drives a red
sports car and wears an ankh around her neck
and is instructed by The Company
to bump off. . .
The narrator was shot by the sniper he was describing
and I quickly picked up his pen.
Jemima jawing at me in the dark,
the box of mix thumping and jumping
on the table in tune to her swiveling hips,
setting my. . .
Patricia Lockwood’s “internet novel” belies its categorization.
On the Democrats’ muddled stimulus strategy.
Another job for women: countering violent extremism.