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Jeffrey Gibson

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Jeffrey Gibson
Steven Millhauser
Tommy Orange
Sefi Atta
David Bezmozgis
Deborah Forbes

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Spring 2021 Edition

The editors are thrilled to announce the release of the Spring 2021 Edition, designed by the acclaimed artist Jeffrey Gibson, with contributions from Pulitzer Prize-winner Steven Millhauser, PEN/Hemingway Award-winner Tommy Orange, and 2020 Zoetrope: All-Story Short Fiction Competition-winner Deborah Forbes, among others.

Short Fiction Competition

Many thanks to all who entered the 2020 Short Fiction Competition. We appreciate the opportunity to read such bright and brilliant new work. From more than 2,200 submissions, guest judgTéa Obreht has announced results.

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Story artwork by guest designer Kelly Reichardt

Tracing Notes
Kelly Reichardt

On March 10, I was in Cambridge, MA. It was the last night of a truncated tour for the would-have-been theatrical release of my film First Cow. As Harvard students scrambled to pack up and clear campus, First Cow screened at the Harvard Film Archive with limited seating. During the Q&A, an audience member refused to handle the microphone that was being passed around. The host read this as bad behavior and would not allow the mic-less question to be asked. After the screening, I attempted to arrange for a car to get my friend back to New York City. “Stop being an alarmist!” she said, insisting she would take the train. On the flight home to Portland, OR, no one wore masks. I did wipe down the window area and tried not to touch anything. A chatty but interesting man sat on the aisle. I don’t recall worrying about his breath floating over and hitting my face as we talked through the flight.

When I . . .

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