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Alec Scott on Reaching Through Time, Grabbing You by the Lapels, and Saying, This is How it Was, This is How it Is
THE HEART'S PROGRESS: sarah fran wisby, k. anne rickertsen, lucy tiven, tomas moniz + maw shein win
Quiet Lightning / literary mixtape curated by Anna Allen & Katie Tandy
VIRTUAL: Berkeley Arts & Letters presents Ed Frauenheim / Reinventing Masculinity: The Liberating Power of Compassion and Connection
Emme Lund on Life, Rewrites, and Going for That Second Cup of Coffee
Andrea Kneeland on Balancing Happiness and Sincerity
Kate Folk on Conveying Emotion in a Way That Feels Authentic Yet Unfamiliar
WONDER JEWS AND POETS: Jews and Poets Looking Forward. Be(a)ware. Wonder.
PSYCHOLOGICAL WHIPLASH: zarina zabrisky's we, monsters
THE STORMING BOHEMIAN PUNKS THE MUSE: transformation and a highway to the past
Howard Junker founded literary magazine Zyzzyva.
GENERIC CAPTION: Frank B. Wilderson, III, talks about his book and his double life revolving around political, social and racial issues as he has traversed his life.
Susan Slusser, in her 20th season of covering the A’s, interviews manager Bob Melvin. (Photo: Paul Schraub)
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Assistant Professor of English and of African and African American Studies Jesse McCarthy is pictured in the Barker Center at Harvard University. Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Staff Photographer