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The Race to Tell (or Sell) the Right Story about Climate Change

Foreign Policy

Diane Williams’s How High?–That High

The New York Times Book Review

How the Netanyahus Explain the World

Foreign Policy

Flowers Are the Ultimate Symbols

The New Yorker

Jacqueline Rose’s On Violence and on Violence Against Women


Lauren Oyler’s Fake Accounts



The Tangled History of Illness and Idiocy: On Covid 19 The Nation.

In the Trenches with the Colonizer: David Diop’s At Night All Blood Is Black. Foreign Policy.

Ode to Rooftops. The Paris Review Daily.

We Tell Ourselves Stories in Order to Die. The Paris Review Daily.

The Future of Work: No bleaker than it’s ever been. Harper’s Blog.

The Hidden Power of the Passive Protagonist. LitHub.

Review of Daša Drndić’s EEG4Columns. 

Joshua Cohen Confronts the New National Deficit in ATTENTION: Dispatches from a Land of DistractionLos Angeles Review of Books. 

Beyond Good and (Almost) Evil: Fleur Jaeggy’s I Am the Brother of XX The Los Angeles Review of Books.