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Art Fiction Prose

Warlocks, Spells and My Mother

She was convinced that her cruz, the cross she carried every day ambushing her chances at happiness, was the result of sorcery.

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Online-Only Prose Reviews

Review: The Puritan Dilemma

Peter Berard does the uncool thing and talks about Puritanism and the American Studies/Consensus School scholars.

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Art Fiction Prose

Treehouse

“I am building a presence of my fatherhood.”

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Editorial Essays Online-Only Prose

Protect the Postal Service — and Our Democracy

The president is trying to use the coronavirus crisis to kill the public postal service. We can’t let him.

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Art Memoir Nonfiction Prose

children

John Bonanni reflects on his.

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Art Experimental Nonfiction Prose

Jaguar

Christine Sloan Stoddard creates artwork alongside adults with disabilities.

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Art Fiction Issue 3 Long Read

Kings in Exile

“You ain’t any good at this here, either, are you?”

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Essays Nonfiction Online-Only Prose

Who’s Afraid of ‘Socialism’?

“While plenty of socialists embraced democracy, plenty of capitalists turned to dictatorship.”

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Online-Only Prose Reviews

Audiobook Roundup: Aesthetics of Anticommunism and Counterrevolution Edition

Peter Berard considers the parallels between le Carre and Ellroy.

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Essays Nonfiction Online-Only Prose

Gentrification Transforming Neighborhoods in Big Texas Cities

“San Antonio has also undergone these changes, but they haven’t been as pronounced.”