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Richard Ford discusses the Art of Fiction and his Pulitzer Prize–winning novel, Independence Day.
Amos Oz on the Arab-Israeli conflict, the desert, and life on a kibbutz.
Stories by Rhidian Brook, Robert Olen Butler, and Richard Stern. Poems by Frank Bidart, Sharon Olds, and Ira Sadoff.
Laurel Anne Berger, The Storks
Rhidian Brook, A Real Disaster
Robert Olen Butler, "Help Me Find My Spaceman Lover"
Patricia Eakins, The Garden of Fishes
Richard Stern, Audit
Richard Ford, The Art of Fiction No. 147 Full Text
Amos Oz, The Art of Fiction No. 148 Full Text
Sarah Arvio, Visits from the Seventh
Frank Bidart, The Return
Scott Cairns, Two Poems
Alfred Corn, Philosophy
Irving Feldman, Lives of the Poets
Joseph Harrison, The Cretonnes of Penelope
John Kinsella, Two Poems
Campbell McGrath, Two Poems
Joyce Carol Oates, Immobility Defense
Sharon Olds, 71 B.C.E.
Kathleen Peirce, Three Poems
J. S. Renau, Night Out
Pattiann Rogers, The Art of Raising Gibbons and Flowers
Ira Sadoff, Language
Robyn Selman, 1945-1995
Patricia Storace, A Grecian Sword, c.348 B.C.
Adriana Szymanska, Two Poems
Bernard Cooper, Labyrinthine
Louise Bourgeois, The View from the Bottom of the Well
Joy Kreves, Double-Headed Spiral
Elena del Rivero, Letters to the Mother