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The Exiled Queen

By László Krasznahorkai, from Seiobo There Below, published last month by New Directions. Krasznahorkai was born in Hungary in 1954. Translated from the Hungarian by Ottilie Mulzet. He already knew…

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The Way Things Are Going

Gwen was the one who had insisted that Ma and I move to America. Sooner or later, she’d said, it would happen again, it was only a matter of time.…

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Outside T-Club

By Caleb Crain, from Necessary Errors, to be published next month by Penguin. According to the pages on Eastern Europe that he had torn from a guide to gay life…

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May I Touch Your Hair?

A special family lived around the corner from us at our beach house. How were they special? There were three children when most other families had two children. As a…

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Savage Coast

Rowena Kennedy-Epstein on Muriel Rukeyser’s political and emotional vision

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Living Deluxe

By Diane Williams, from a collection in progress. Williams’s most recent book is Vicky Swanky Is a Beauty. True! Yes! Mother always gave me a tribute with a sigh. I…

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East Texas Lumber

Back from lunch, I stood in the early June sun pulling two-by-sixes for somebody else’s load when Mike, the yard manager, came out of the office and yelled, “All right,…

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Harper’s Magazine Wins National Magazine Award for Fiction

Last night, Harper's won the National Magazine Award for fiction, for Stephen King's story “Batman and Robin Have an Altercation” (September 2012). Read More

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Case Study (c. 1904)

By Joshua Cohen, from Attention! A (Short) History, published this month in the United Kingdom by Notting Hill Editions. Cohen, a contributing editor of Harper’s Magazine, is the author, most…

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May 2013