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From remarks delivered at the PEN America Emergency World Voices Congress of Writers, which was held in May at the United Nations. ayad akhtar: The gravity of this moment is…
Reacquainting ourselves with the night
From Green Green Green, a book of essays, which was published last month by Nightboat Books. There is a deathliness built into the linguistic history of green. As in, you…
A copper rush sparks last-ditch battles for Arizona’s soul
What the tundra has in store for Russia’s reindeer herders
Conversations with the petroleum brotherhood in the UAE
In the summer of 2016, the Roaring Lion fire destroyed 8,500 acres across western Montana. Fighting the blaze, which required nine helicopters and 735 firefighters and other personnel, cost $11…
A journey through America’s nuclear heartland
From a meeting of Irish Parliament that took place in February. Michael Healy-Rae is a representative for Kerry South. Michael Ring is the minister of state for regional economic development.
From affidavits written by people across the United States that were included in a lawsuit brought against the Department of Homeland Security by the Immigration Reform Law Institute. The lawsuit,…
Feral faith in the age of climate change
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