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New York (State)

Rumination

From “Inside Stories,” an essay published in the Winter 2021 issue of Five Points. I used to visit an elderly woman who lived in a single room in an apartment…

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The Grove

Then she suggested I make a list of all the things I’m grateful for. No entry is too small or mundane: access to clean water, fast internet, the weeping habit…

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On Defense

Twenty-five years of fighting mass incarceration in court

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Carrying On

My first years in America

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Sorry to Bother You

From purposes of phone calls made by New York City residents to 3-1-1, a help line for information and non-emergency government services.  To discuss a neighbor who hangs underwear out…

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The Forty-Year Rehearsal

The Wooster Group’s endless work in progress

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The Devil Wears Nada

From descriptions of professional tasks performed by Sandeep Rehal for Harvey Weinstein while she was employed as his personal assistant. She held the position from 2013 to 2015. In January,…

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Village People

By Terry Southern (1924–95), from an unpublished manuscript written in 1952. It is included in Making It Hot for Them, a collection of his writings edited by Nile Southern that…

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The Elements of Vile

From editorial notes given to Milo Yiannopoulos, a leader of the “alt-right,” by Mitchell Ivers, a vice president at Simon & Schuster, on his manuscript for Dangerous. Last year, Simon…

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