A remote airstrip in the Central African Republic; a summer abroad with a postwar German family; a hike into American history; and the best and worst of childhood—all wrapped in the fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and translations of NER 39.3.
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A California boy in Berlin, 1955: Eric Wilson’s summer with the Eckart family
Samantha Libby beats back the specter of her childhood bullies
Francis-Noël Thomas takes a look behind Patrick Modiano’s Dora Bruder
Jane Breakell tracks down the “real” New England, following the trail of Anne Hutchinson
Phoebe Stone returns to the defining moments of her childhood
Laurence de Looze reports back from the land of wild boar and vin de noix
W. C. Morrow takes a seat at the table in a Paris café, 1900
Tara Bray • Anders Carlson-Wee • Joanne Diaz • John Gallaher • Kimberly Johnson • Benjamín Naka-Hasebe Kingsley • Corey Marks • Paul Otremba • Supritha Rajan • Alison C. Rollins • Karen Solie • Amber Flora Thomasa
Wang Zengqi (trans. by Xujun Eberlein)
Four Celtic Poems (trans. by Tony Hoagland & Martin Shaw)
Karl Taro Greenfeld • Raven Leilani • Reece McCormack • Naheed Patel • Christine Sneed • Geeta Tewari