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12 STEPS (OR: HOW TO BE THE SON OF AN ADDICT)

Devin Kelly

04.28.16

Devin Kelly on addiction, rehab, family, faith, and growing up in the church as the son of an addict.

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Queen of Translation: The Susan Bernofsky Interview

Sarah Rose Etter

04.25.16

Calling Susan Bernofsky from an office conference room to discuss Jenny Erpenbeck, Robert Walser, witch-dom, stealth gloss, and the general state of translation today.

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“We’ve Been Getting A Lot of Calls About You”: Mark Baumer Hitchhikes the USA

Mark Baumer

04.12.16

One writer documents his journey as he attempts to hitchhike from Rhode Island to Los Angeles for the annual AWP Conference.

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When the Car Won’t Start: It’s Exactly What You Think It Is, If It’s Exactly What You Think It Isn’t

Ed Steck

04.11.16

Ed Steck veers his monthly column on b-movie horror toward 1973’s Malatesta’s Carnival of Blood, a reality-bending, resolutionless ensemble unnervingly set at amusement park in Willow Grove, Pennsylvania

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Learning To Drive In the Era of the D.C. Sniper

John Farley

04.04.16

John Farley looks back on being teenage in the Baltimore suburbs during the DC shooting spree by John Allan Muhammad and Lee Boyd Malvo.

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Where Wonder Lives Online: Why Instagram is the New Cabinet of Curiosities

Amber Sparks

03.31.16

Amber Sparks argues for Instagram as a continuous archive of the previously unseen and offers a curated range of new sources for your feed.

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The Sensual & The Intellectual: The Art of Anthony Sonnenberg

Sarah Rose Etter

03.29.16

In this interview, the artist opens up about his influences, growing up in a small Texas town, and the lure of Greek myth and porcelain.

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Why The Cars Matter More Than The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

David Schuman

03.28.16

David Schuman looks back on listening to The Cars—who were yet again snubbed by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame—and considers what it seemed they promised and understood amidst the rise of punk.

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Reality Is Diabolical: The Representational Masks in Bergman’s Persona

Kevin Catalano

03.21.16

Kevin Catalano with a critical look at Ingmar Bergman’s provocative classic film Persona.

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Thirty-Two

Molly Brodak

03.14.16

“Here I was, visiting my dad in prison again, just like I did when I was 15, now more than twice as old. What was I looking for? What was I really expecting from him?” An excerpt from Molly Brodak’s memoir Bandit, forthcoming from Grove/Atlantic in 2016.