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Summer 2021

Summer 2021

Volume 97, Number 2

Our Summer issue deconstructs notions of leisure and freedom. In our cover story, Erika Meitner and Anna Maria Barry-Jester ruminate on Miami’s changing landscape as sea levels rise. Elias Rodriques observes a mother’s complicated repatriation to Jamaica; Rachel Greenwald Smith confronts privilege in lockdown; and Terrance Hayes imagines a Jasper Johns exhibit within a radically transformed White House art space. Other features include a portfolio of Elise Engler’s daily illustrations of the news; fiction by Claire Boyles, Nina MacLaughlin, and Erin Kate Ryan; and poetry by Ama Codjoe, Airea D. Matthews, Christopher Soto, and Tomás Q. Morín.

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Editor’s Desk

Essays

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Fiction

Poetry

Criticism

Photography

Author Profiles

Anna Maria Barry-Jester is a photographer and journalist who focuses on public health, the environment, and inequality. Her work has appeared in Univision, FiveThirtyEight, Center for Public Integrity, and This American Life, among others.

Terrance Hayes’s most recent publications include American Sonnets for My Past and Future Assassin (Penguin, 2018) and To Float In The Space Between: Drawings and Essays in Conversation with Etheridge Knight (Wave, 2018).

Elias Rodriques is a writer based in Philadelphia. His first novel is All the Water I’ve Seen is Running (Norton, 2021).