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Correct me if I’m wrong, but I believe it was you who once said that home printers are “largely obsolete.” That they are ...
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We talked to the issue’s cover artist, Lorenzo Mattotti, about the inspiration he drew from Kerouac, and about his own ...
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Though it’s written from the perspective of an outsider (a Yale grad who travels to Hunan to teach English), it formed my ...
I tell the truth in Chinese, I make up stories in English. I don’t take it that seriously.” ...
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