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Issue 104

Our spring issue’s cover features Upside Down Party, Salman Toor’s ceiling mural from COMO (Contemporary/Modern) Museum of Art in Lahore, Pakistan. Inside, editorial advisor Dua Abbas Rizvi reflects on her family’s memories of India’s partition—and the art that has grown from that rupture. Also inside: a photo essay by S. Billie Mandle, who spent ten years photographing Catholic confessionals across America from the point of view of the penitent; Pádraig Ó Tuama interviews former Jamaican poet laureate Lorna Goodison; Yudel Huberman on Hasidic forestry; Ted Gioia on how free online art traps artists; Catherine Ricketts on a brother’s addiction and how we talk about the afterlife; in the Studio with Pakistani collage artist Saba Khan; curator’s corner: LA’s Bridge Projects’s new show considers tree-of-life images across faith traditions; Paul Lisicky on becoming a church musician—and leaving it behind; Robert Clark in pursuit of Sylvia Plath; a novel excerpt by Renee Simms on how labor shapes the body; new Russian fiction by Alisa Ganieva in translation; poetry by Jacqueline Osherow and Chanda Feldman.

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