is the author of two novels, An Underachiever�s Diary (Dial) and The Faithful Narrative of a Pastor�s Disappearance (FSG), and the memoir Too Good to Be True (New Harvest/HMH). Other work has appeared in The Paris Review, Harper�s, The New York Times Magazine, Bookforum, The Yale Review, and The Best American Essays 2012. He teaches literature at Bennington College and is also on the core faculty of the Bennington Writing Seminars.
comes from Saint Petersburg and is the author of eight books of poems that have garnered national awards in Russia. Two collections of her poetry, in English translations, appeared recently: This Lamentable City and The Zoo in Winter. She teaches Russian literature at Hampshire College and lives in Amherst, Massachusetts.
is the Art Editor of The Common.
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is the author of A Question of Freedom: A Memoir of Learning, Survival, and Coming of Age in Prison and a poetry collection, Shahid Reads His Own Palm, winner of the 2010 Beatrice Hawley Award.
is the author of two poetry collections: Incident at the Edge of Bayonet Woods and The Children.
was born in 1975 in Amman, Jordan. He has three published collections of short fiction: Of Love and Death, The Monotonous Chaos of Existence, and The Perception of Meaning. In 2009, the German review Inamo chose him as one of the Arab world�s emerging and influential new writers. English translations of his stories have appeared in The Saint Ann�s Review and World Literature Today.
is a Colombian architect, former founding partner of Paisajes Emergentes, and now director of LCLA Office. His practice is oriented toward new forms of public realms through environmental and territorial operations. Callejas is currently a lecturer in landscape architecture at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. He is also the author of Pamphlet Architecture #33: Islands & Atolls, published in May 2013 by Princeton Architectural Press.
is a scholar and translator of modern Russian poetry. She is the author of a book on Marina Tsvetaeva and Boris Pasternak (The Same Solitude) and editor of two anthologies of Russian poems in translation, The Stray Dog Cabaret and Relocat
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