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Summer 2020
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Nonfiction

The Uses of Memory
When ecstasy becomes protest
Roger Reeves

After My Brother
Translating Grief
Brianna Elatove

Temps
A Life in Between
Victoria Kornick

Fiction

Do You Know Alex Oreille
Katie Kitamura

Short Swoop, Long Line
Andrew Martin

Poetry

Trumpet
Emily Fragos

Appointment
Dana Levin

This Is What Survival Looks Like
Jane Wong

Looking Beneath the Sentence’s Wing; 1989
Wendy Xu

Last Air
After Three Years
Jeffrey Gray

From The Math Campers
Dan Chiasson

Blue Shift
Fady Joudah

Looking at Medieval Art
Rilke Poem
German Cities
Richie Hofmann

The Lord Rejoiced
At the Edge of Mind
Adriana Socoski

Portfolio

Alex Golshani
The George Floyd Protests

Pandemic Files: A Folio

Cannon Fodder
Laura Kolbe

Passing through Danger
Joan Naviyuk Kane

Trading Riffs to Slay Monsters
Yusef Komunyakaa and Laren McClung

Sirenland
Briallen Hopper

Wound Is the Origin of Wonder
Maya C. Popa

Get the Shovel
Kathryn Lofton

I Can’t Sleep
Emily Bernard

After the Apocalypse
Ama Codjoe

Interview

Cathy Park Hong
The major weight of minor feelings
Meghan O’Rourke

Reviews

The Unthinkable
Writing about the death of children
David L. Ulin

In the Atmosphere
The politics of Mati Diop’s Atlantics
Lindsay Turner

Tove Jansson’s Genius
The radical imagination that built the visionary world of the Moomins
Evan James

Speech Acts
Eunice de Souza, a post-Independence Indian poet, explores the glitches in poetic voicing
Vidyan Ravinthiran