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Hard Wired

How evolutionary psychology ended up at the heart of the culture wars
Hari Kunzru

Under the Influence

Is it possible to be an ethical consumer?
Jennifer Stock

Camera Mortis

How photographs of the dead helped me mourn
Lili Hamlyn
Pillars at National Memorial for Peace and Justice, Montgomery, Alabama

The Hauntologies of Slavery

On a journey across the sea
Jonah Mixon-Webster

"When abortion stories are crafted for maximum appeal, we can only assume that the right to an abortion depends on popular approval."

Maggie Doherty The Abortion Stories We Tell

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Akron State of Mind

Did I betray my friends by moving to the suburbs?
William Evans
Folio

Black Hauntology: An Introduction

The ghosts that endure
Phillip B. Williams


The Ghost of Henry Dumas

Since his mysterious death, the poet's spirit has haunted my family
Treasure Shields Redmond
Conversations

Raising the Dead

Three writers on engaging and honoring their ghosts
Aricka Foreman,
Krista Franklin,
avery r. young

The Feminism of Elizabeth Hardwick

What happens when care becomes work?
Apoorva Tadepalli
Books

The Dolphin Letters

Revisiting Robert Lowell’s infamous book
Dan Chiasson

Books

Furious Permissions

For Susan Sontag, style was nourishment
Brian Dillon

Books

Metafiction and #MeToo

A new way to write trauma
Maggie Doherty
PenErik, Doublement, 2014, via Creative Commons

We Are Our Choices

The consequences of being severed from your True Self
Nuar Alsadir
The Moment

The Physician as Patient

Medicine after COVID-19
Laura Kolbe
Poem of the Week

Splice Box & Accompaniment

Flower Conroy

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