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Fiction

“Futures”

“He loves tennis; it’s the only way of life for him. It is not enough to tire your body with play; away from the court, the discipline has to be kept alive through ardent discussion.”

Han Ong on his story in this week’s magazine. Read more >>>

  • Fiction

    “Out There”

    “The early blots had been easy to identify. They were too handsome, for one thing.”
  • Fiction

    “The Liver”

    “I hadn’t known what to expect, so when the baby emerged, blue, screaming like a maniac, it was whatever I’d been feeling plus relief, ratcheted all the way up.”
The Writer’s Voice

Han Ong Reads “Futures”

365体育现金The author reads his story from the March 30, 2020, issue of the magazine.

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Poetry

“I Won’t Live Long”

“The earth is your / home.”

“Aubade”

“Good morning to what’s left and what has gone.”

“Beach Glass”

365体育现金“Who knew this too could become endangered or extinct?”

“To Be a Daughter and to Have a Daughter”

“What is left / at dusk, still tender and safe, / you couldn’t pluck and lock in a safe.”

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Ben Purkert Reads Jorie Graham

365体育现金Purkert joins Kevin Young to discuss “Notes on the Reality of the Self,” by Graham, and his own poem “News.”

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Flash Fiction

“Have You Ever Met One?”

“I answered that I’d been visited by three ghosts.”

“The Weight”

“Now it was hard to tell if the plane was still turning, or if it was just falling.”

“Courage”

365体育现金“Selfishness was its own form of courage, and in fact was, within reason, exactly the kind of courage that he had in mind.”

“Wish”

“I want you to promise me that they’ll live. The children. My husband. I want them to live.”

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Greg Jackson Reads Ann Beattie

The author joins Deborah Treisman to read and discuss “Where You’ll Find Me,” by Ann Beattie, from a 1986 issue of the magazine.

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