Philip Kitcher tells a tale of fate selection and the Democratic Primary.
Alexandra Marraccini goes on a Twitter journey with "Ducks, Newburyport," Lucy Ellmann's ambitious 998-page single-sentence novel.
Gordon Marino makes a common-sense, serious case for reparations to be paid to descendants of lynching victims.
Sophia Stewart discovers quotidian magic in O'Hara's poetry.
Joanna Chen sees some classic rock legends in Hyde Park, London.
Victoria Smolkin remembers Russian cosmonaut Valentina Tereshkova and the legacy of token diversity in the Space Race.
Lida Maxwell considers the poetry of Jose Bello, an immigrant activist who defied ICE.