Early in Ilya Khrzhanovsky’s first feature film, 4, a man pretending to be Vladimir Putin’s personal bottled-water supplier, ...
The pessimists went to America. The collabos went to Maxim’s (for steak). The orphans went to the country (for safekeeping).
Peter C. Baker, in his deft and engaging debut novel, takes as his premise an unwritable thing, and rather like Houdini, ...
From Chronicle of a Hunger Striker, which is forthcoming from Deep Vellum. Sentsov was arrested in 2014 for protesting the ...
Yet the artful, mournful, and devastating images photojournalist Nicole Tung has sent back from Ukraine can break through the din of struggle—if you simply take the time to look closely. Tung, who has ...
From “Unspeakable Pain,” which was published in the Spring 2022 issue of The Yale Review. “I am Dr. Smith,” I say. “I am Dr. Jones.” For five hours a day, once, sometimes twice a week. “I am Dr.
In the May issue, author and podcaster David Hill hits the road with the World of Wonders sideshow, a traveling band of sword-swallowers, knife-throwers, and escape artists who remain devoted to the ...
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In memory of Marisela Escobedo, a Mexican activist who was assassinated in 2010 while protesting the acquittal of Sergio Rafael Barraza Bocanegra, who had confessed to murdering Escobedo’s teenage ...