The cover of 106 features the assemblage and pyrography of Mojdeh Rezaeipour. Inside: guest editorial on fear and forgiveness by Emily Bernard; photo essay by Joyce Yu-Jean Lee on New York under quarantine; Devon Abts on national border walls as idols, and the work of Palestinian artist Khaled Jarrar. Plus essays by Kat Moore on rehab, Melissa Knox on Catholic-atheist marriage, and Fady Joudah on J.L. Borges and Islam’s forgotten ecumenism. Garth Greenwell and James K.A. Smith talk Augustine; an excerpt from Christian Kiefer’s new novel on Rilke; A.E. Stallings on monuments and ruins; and James Chapin on prison literature. Plus poems by John Deane, Benjamín Naka-Hasebe Kingsley, Robert Cording, Margaret Gibson, Hadara Bar-Nadav, Maria Rouphail, and more.