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"Warren and I sit back and watch them flirt, our own kind of flirtation. It is like we are on a double date with them, only we hate them."

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“I thought you’d get along.” “Why did you think that?” I say. “You do so well with wounded men,” she says.
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"It almost goes without saying that Eden is everywhere; Genesis swells with remorse for paradise lost as powerfully as hellfire burns through Salgado’s photographs of Kuwait’s oil fields.”

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On director Wim Wenders’s documentary The Salt of the Earth, a look at the career and conservation efforts of photographer Sebastião Salgado.
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On the twenty-fifth anniversary of Sharon Zukin's architectural opus, Loft Living, the writer and sociologist speaks to Bryce T. Bauer about the role of the artist in gentrification, challenges to affordable housing, and the commodification of New York City’s loft lifestyle.

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The sociologist on the role of the artist in gentrification, challenges to affordable housing, and the commodification of New York City’s loft lifestyle.
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"No matter how much I see something that, pardon the cliché, blows my mind, I’ve still got to make it into literature. Just because you saw something doesn’t automatically make it art."—David Simon interviews acclaimed writer Richard Price.

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The acclaimed writer on reporting fiction, listening to Martin Scorsese, and the family values in his new novel, The Whites.
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Guernica's latest issue is here! On the first anniversary of Win Tin's Death, Ellen Wiles presents the story of the Burmese poet and activism who was held prisoner by his country’s military junta for 19 years. In interviews, David Simon talks with author Richard Price on reporting fiction and his new novel THE WHITES; Neelanjana Banerjee interviews Sri Lankan-American novelist Naomi Munaweera on telling the story of the country she left behind; Bryce T. Bauer discusses affordable housing and the artist's role in gentrification with sociologist Sharon Zukin. In Art, we have Darrell Hartmann's essay on Wim Wenders' documentary THE SALT OF THE EARTH, as well as Leslie Baum's illustrations reconstructing Robin Beth Shaer's poem "Messenger," which first appeared in our Religion in America special issue. In fiction, there's new work from Lillian Li and Teresa Milbrodt. In poetry, find pieces from Khalym Kari Burke-Thomas and Gabrielle Bates.

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Come read for us! We're looking for a summer fiction reader with a demonstrated interest in fiction and an international outlook. Could it be you? (Note: you do NOT need to be based in NYC, but you do need to be available for a Skype reading once a month.)

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"I don’t think being trans is some otherworldly experience. I think it’s just part of the human condition."
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The trans author and journalist on masculinity and male privilege, writing about the body, and crafting new narratives about gender identities.
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"Then the war ended, they left, and we got our house back. I never thought either of those things would happen: I never thought the war would end, and I never thought we’d get our home back." Novelist Nayomi Munaweera remembers Sri Lanka's civil war, the subject of her debut novel, ISLAND OF A THOUSAND MIRRORS.

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The Sri Lankan-American novelist on Sri Lanka’s brutal history and grappling with the right to tell the story of the country she left behind.
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"No matter how much I see something that, pardon the cliché, blows my mind, I’ve still got to make it into literature. Just because you saw something doesn’t automatically make it art."—David Simon interviews acclaimed writer Richard Price.

https://www.guernicamag.com/interviews/the-cousins-karamazov/
The acclaimed writer on reporting fiction, listening to Martin Scorsese, and the family values in his new novel, The Whites.
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"One stepfather who isn’t dead/ yet. One stepfather who rides the blue roan/ terrified through the carp pond. I draw a picture/ of everyone living in the same glass barn with a chimney." — new poetry from Gabrielle Bates.

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The foal in its wet white bag / isn’t dead yet. Cue the cheery organ music.
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“There are more than forty prisons in Burma. Some are harsher than others, but in most there is hard labor, ill treatment, and torture.” — On the anniversary of Burmese poet and activist Win Tin's death, Ellen Wiles presents the story of a man held as prisoner by his country’s military junta for 19 years.

https://www.guernicamag.com/features/the-tiger/
A Burmese poet and activist revisits the years of his incarceration, while urging change in a country that does not yet feel free.
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Guernica Daily is looking for a interns and an assistant editor to join our all-volunteer editorial team. Is it you? https://www.guernicamag.com/jobs/
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Guernica is an award-winning online magazine of ideas, art, poetry, and fiction published twice monthly. Guernica Daily, the magazine’s blog, is updated every weekday. We are a 501(c)3 organization and donations are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.