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‘My Life’ by Lynn Emmanuel - The New York Times

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‘Fish in the Sky’

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‘The Fourth Sign of the Zodiac’ (excerpt)

‘Outside’ - The New York Times

‘Outside’

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‘On the Way Back Home’ - The New York Times

‘On the Way Back Home’

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‘The Corn Baby’

How to Paint a Girl - The New York Times

How to Paint a Girl

How to Paint a Girl - The New York Times

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Selected by Natasha Trethewey.

If scientists avoid discussing the topic candidly, racist theories will fill the vacuum.

Opinion

If scientists avoid discussing the topic candidly, racist theories will fill the vacuum.

Valley fever is on the rise in the southwestern United States, including Arizona's Sonoran Desert. Photo courtesy of Flickr user Are W. It was a Thursday morning in March that Al Rountree called his boss to say he was too exhausted to make it to work. Thinking rest would help, Rountree went back to bed and slept the entire day. The next morning, he woke up even more exhausted, and the pattern continued through the

Valley Fever: 10 Things CDC Says You Should Know

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Six contemporary poets share the process behind their poems.

Poetry in Action

I’m surely not the only one to notice we employ metaphors to make sense of the news.-Annotated manuscripts by Billy Collins, Mary Jo Bang, Marie Howe and more show the vision and revisions of poetry in progress.

Poems are social. One person writes a poem hoping another person will read it. I read it differently if I know that a computer assembled it. I read it differently if I know that a person wrote it b…

Poetry is the Place for Joy: Or How We Praise the Mutilated World

Poems are social. One person writes a poem hoping another person will read it. I read it differently if I know that a computer assembled it. I read it differently if I know that a person wrote it b…

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From the King

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