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Readings

Excerpts from the best and most bizarre new books, testimonies, government documents, journals, news reports, speeches, and letters.

You Get Served

From descriptions of products and services provided by businesses that have launched using the Uber model. A list of the on-demand companies was published by The Atlantic in March. Local…

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Remote Control

From a radio interview, by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, of the Israeli-British psychic Uri Geller, who published an open letter informing the British prime minister, Theresa May, that he would…

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All the While I Thought You Had Received This

All the While I Thought You Had Received This, a painting by Maia Cruz Palileo, whose work was on view in March at Monique Meloche Gallery, in Chicago. Courtesy the…

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The Tortoise and the Hedgehog

From his novel Remorse Test, which was published in 2017 in Lebanon and won the 2018 Sheikh Zayed Book Award for Literature. A translated excerpt was published in April in…

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Dangerous Minds

From titles of books and periodicals that are banned, or of which issues are banned, in Louisiana state prisons. Pinterest for BusinessSmart Moves Beyond Mutual FundsO, The Oprah MagazineThe Prada…

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“Frieze”

“Frieze,” a photograph by James Nizam, whose work was on view last month at Gallery Jones, in Vancouver, British Columbia. Courtesy the artist and Gallery Jones, Vancouver, British Columbia…

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+”pentium II” +”400mhz” racconti erotici_SATAI

+”pentium II” +”400mhz” racconti erotici_SATAI, a painting by Petra Cortright, whose work was on view in December at Société, in Berlin. Courtesy the artist and Société, Berlin… Read…

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Ars Oblivionalis

From A Primer for Forgetting, out this month from Farrar, Straus and Giroux. anti-mnemonicsUmberto Eco writes that “once, as a joke, some friends and I invented advertisements for university po­sitions…

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Southern Cone

From Be Recorder, which will be published in August by Graywolf Press. I wept with my grandmother when Reaganwas shot because that’s what she wanted.At night, she’d tell me about…

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Hat in the Ring

Hat in the Ring, a mixed-media artwork made of found tin collaged on wood, by Tony Berlant, whose work is on view this month at Brian Gross Fine Art, in…

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Kill Your Darlings

From Necropolis, which will be published this month by Columbia University Press. In the book, Khodasevich (1886–1939), a Russian poet, profiles Symbolists who lived in Russia in the early twentieth…

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Sorry State

From behaviors for which local, state, and federal politicians in the United States have, in the past year, publicly apologized. Posing with a Confederate flagDressing up as a Confederate soldierClaiming…

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Both Sides Now

From Optic Nerve, a novel that was published last month by Catapult. Gainza has worked as a correspondent for the New York Times in Argentina. Translated from the Spanish by…

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Touchy Subject

From a lecture on education delivered to a group of Castleton University students and faculty by Adam Taylor, the superintendent of Rutland City Public Schools in Vermont. The talk was…

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No Reservations

From “The ‘Noble Indian’: A Godsend for the Extreme Right,” published in Le Monde last July. Translated from the French by John Cullen. Sitting Bull was a Sioux chief who…

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“Emily in the Greenhouse”

“Emily in the Greenhouse,” a photograph by Cig Harvey, whose work was on view last month at The Photography Show, presented by AIPAD, in New York City. Courtesy the artist…

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The Empire

The Empire, a painting by Enrique Martínez Celaya, from Landscape Painting Now: From Pop Abstraction to New Romanticism, published last month by D.A.P. © The artist… Read More

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Vox Clamantis in Deserto

From descriptions of actions perpetrated by professors Todd Heatherton, William Kelley, and Paul Whalen in Dartmouth’s department of psychology and brain sciences, as alleged in a lawsuit filed against the…

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Running Nymph

For Nicole Eisenman, from A Sand Book, which will be published next month by Tin House. I was on my kneesHacking my brainsAlone in a bone Of unratified lightSomeone downstairsWas…

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Brainheart

Brainheart, a painting by Elliott Green, whose work was on view in February at Jonathan Ferrara Gallery, in New Orleans. Courtesy the artist and Jonathan Ferrara Gallery, New Orleans…

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Mental Object 7

Mental Object 7, a mixed-media artwork by Alice Quaresma, whose work was on view last September at Pablo’s Birthday Gallery, in New York City. Courtesy the artist and the Tappan…

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Moss and Ferns, Grass and Moss, Holes, and Leaves and Vines

Clockwise from top left: Moss and Ferns, Grass and Moss, Holes, and Leaves and Vines, paintings by Claire Sherman, whose work was on view last month at DC Moore Gallery,…

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View Park, Number I

“View Park, Number I,” a photograph by Janna Ireland, whose work is on view this month at Antenna, in New Orleans. Courtesy the artist… Read More

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Salable Virtues

From Humanitarian Wars?, which will be published in April in the United Kingdom by Hurst. Brauman, a physician, was president of Doctors Without Borders from 1982 to 1994. This conversation,…

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The Time Vivarium-97

The Time Vivarium-97, a work on paper by Sun Xun, whose work is on view this month at ShanghART Gallery, in Singapore. © The artist. Courtesy Sean Kelly, New York…

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Southern Fan

From descriptions, published in a music review by Texas senator John Cornyn, of Neil Young’s 1972 album Harvest. The article was printed in February of that year in the Trinitonian,…

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Untitled

Photographs of toys made by children in the Bidi Bidi refugee settlement, Uganda, by Nora Lorek. © Nora Lorek/Panos Pictures Read More

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“DNA #7797L-#7801R, 2018”

“DNA #7797L-#7801R, 2018,” a photograph by Michael Koerner, whose work was on view in March at the CEG Salon, in Chicago. Courtesy the artist and Catherine Edelman Gallery, Chicago…

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June 2019