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Our Language

Like memory, language changes. Our words eddy around the things we fear.

No. 29 • Yohanca Delgado


 

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Dublin, We Were

We can return home in our reflections, even when the city we knew, the city we were, has gone forever.

No. 29 • David Hayden


 

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Our Experience of Being Alive and Having to Breathe

Which is to say, a big struggle begat a little struggle begat a boy who dreamed of living in America, struggle free.

No. 26 • Lea Carpenter


 

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Nights in Logar

All that mattered then for a musafir from America was how he was going to go about killing another hot summer day.

No. 25 • Jamil Kochai


 

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Mentor

I remembered the certainty I had had, hours before, of my own competence, the pleasure I had taken in the solace I could give.

No. 22 • Garth Greenwell


 

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Dear Friend, from My Life I Write to You in Your Life

My first encounter with before and after was in one of the fashion magazines my friends told me to subscribe to when I came to America.

No. 19 • Yiyun Li


 

Poetry

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You Who Are On Your Way Over There

You who are on your way over there / Toward what was once an azure blue dream, / My sun the closest shadow / to another’s shadow

No. 13 • Alain Mabanckou


 

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My Brother Walter

My brother Walter is depressed.

No. 10 • Samanta Schweblin