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What a Literary Left-Wing Legend Left Behind

In Frances Goldin’s apartment, we found a powerful sign: “I Adore My Lesbian Daughters.”

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A Mother’s Lost Life, Before the War

Julie Metz talks to Fiction Editor Yona Zeldis McDonough her new book Eve and Eva: A Search for My Mother’s Lost Childhood and What War Left Behind (Atria). 

From the Margins to the Center of the Cosmos

Reaching from the stars to the very earthly matters of Judaism, gender, race, and dismantling the patriarchy, Chanda Prescod-Weinstein in conversation with Carolivia Herron.

Coming Out to My Ancestors

I often wonder what my ancestors would think of me. This comic is one in a series exploring my imagined relationship with my great grandmothers (as well as my relationship to inherited trauma). GG and Rose are part fiction and part based on known relatives and family stories. Our relationship is imperfect, and they often… Read more »

Beyond Exodus: A Psalm for Juneteenth

As I imagine (the way I do as an artist), what freedom meant in 1865 in Galveston, while simultaneously reflecting on what it means to me today, I invite you to celebrate the freedom, brilliance, and resilience of Black people

A Q&A with Novelist Ava Reid

The Wolf and the Woodsman is a book about identity crisis, on both a micro and macro scale.

Half Day

She was once again a refugee, her elegance undone by the clatter of an eggshell.

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