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fiction review
I Was Trying to Describe What It Feels Like: New and Selected Stories
by Noy Holland
In Holland’s recent new and selected, her language tilts and loops, diffuses and dissolves, and then reconstitutes itself into something other. Any message a reader might seek evades. Reviewed by Kate Berson

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fiction review
Men Without Women
by Haruki Murakami
In his recent collection of bizarre short stories, Murakami focuses on hetero-relationships marked by varying degrees of physical and psychological infidelity. Reviewed by Allan Vorda

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nonfiction review
Revisiting Allen Ginsberg
The Best Minds of My Generation & First Thought
Two recent publications offer unfiltered access to Ginsberg’s enthusiastic support for his friends and insight into the influences that drove him.  Reviewed by Patrick James Dunagan

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poetry review
Iep Jāltok: Poems from a Marshallese Daughter
by Kathy Jetn̄il-Kijiner
Jetn̄il-Kijiner draws her poetic power from her home in the Marshall Islands, her culture, and her people’s history. Reviewed by by John Bradley

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interview
Of Mirth and Pathos:
An Interview with V. G. Lee

Painter, author, and comedian V. G. Lee discusses her new novel in which “everyone is queer somehow,” disposing of the perfect love story for something less gendered and more meaningful. Interviewed by Rebecca Weaver