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    Hannah K. Gold

    Hannah K. Gold is a writer based in Brooklyn focusing on the militarization of higher ed, prisons, and lit. Words at The Guardian, The Nation, Vice, Rolling Stone, etc.

    The Minor Escape

    “We were the modernest pillars of a vaunted profession, yet at work I felt more like a hyper-visible switchboard operator.” A short story by Hannah Gold.

    Recommendations from the Editors

    Recommendations from the Editors What we’ve been reading and watching lately.

    Daniel McGowan

    The environmentalist and former political prisoner Daniel McDowan gives the next generation some insight into life and politics.

    The Real Housewives of Donald Trump

    What is it like to tune in to the real time news cycles of Trumpian disaster, including his history of sexual assault? A lot like watching a ridiculous reality show.

    Sex in Public

    "If private sex is about losing oneself in the moment, public sex is about finding oneself there." Hannah Gold on liminal space, exes, and that odd line between public fucks and private ones.

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