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The Stakes of Dictee

An introduction to a famously difficult work
Ken Chen

Hidden Words

Searching for meaning in a rubber stamp
Uljana Wolf


Conversations

Emily Ogden and Dana Spiotta

Reckoning with middle age and complicity
Emily Ogden
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Dana Spiotta

Spiritualism’s Shadows

On COVID-19 and false consolation
Alicia Puglionesi
Poem of the Week

The Bluebird Motel

Emily Fragos

His skin resembled a lamb’s—that is, if you took a lamb and butchered it, then sheared it free of hair and massaged into it expensive toners.

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Reclaiming Our Language

Dictee as a feminist ritual
Zahra Patterson

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Space to Grieve

An irreducible legacy
Latipa

The Weight of Memory

Honoring my dear friend
Yong Soon Min

Change Trains at Summit

Becoming a poet
Robert Pinsky

Theater of Shame

The rise of online humiliation
Charlie Tyson

Pirates

Kristen Arnett

The Politics of Anger

Putin and the psychology of rage
Josh Cohen

Invisible Bridges

On Ukraine, Russia, and friendships
Marci Shore

Grand Central

Danielle Chapman

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Mirror

Jameson Fitzpatrick
Poem of the Week

Splice Box & Accompaniment

Flower Conroy