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Hua Hsu’s Lesson in Friendship
is a moving portrait of friends, death, doubt, and everything in between.
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The Searching Poetry of Safia Elhillo
Her two poetry collections are rich with images of homeland, movement, history, and the future.
September 22, 2022
A Poet Confronts the Violent History of El Salvador
Diaries of a Terrorist
grapples with the the security ideology that shapes the Americas through poems that explore activism and resistance.
September 21, 2022
Imani Perry’s Capacious History of the South
While the South is often dismissed as a region catching up to the rest of the country, Perry’s new book demonstrates why it has always been the key to defining the promise and limits of American democracy.
Robert Greene II
September 20, 2022
The Messy Politics of the NBA
Professional basketball finds itself at a crossroads—between its image as a do-gooder and a history of self-serving contradictions.
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September 19, 2022
Michelle Tea’s DIY Pregnancy
In her new book, Tea explores the difficulties of joys of getting pregnant and having a child.
September 16, 2022
Godard Was Cinema
Was the French filmmaker the single most important individual in the history of cinema?
September 15, 2022
The Indefatigable Bill McKibben
An interview with the environmentalist about what inspires him, how he became a writer, and his recent book,
The Flag, the Cross, and the Station Wagon
September 14, 2022
The Half Measures of Public Health Architecture
To build better cities, architects must not only take on projects related to our health; they must confront the contradictions of their plutocratic funding model.
September 13, 2022
Michael Mann Returns to the Scene of the Crime
Why did the director, for his first novel, write a sequel of