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alt text: image is two book covers, HEALING CIRCLE and SUE MELL; title card for a conversation between Coco Picard and Sue Mell Interviews

Conversations Between Friends: Coco Picard and Sue Mell

alt image: image is a color photograph of an orange origami flower; title card for a new essay, "Paper Flowers" by Sonia Alejandra Rodríguez Longform CNF

Paper Flowers by Sonia Alejandra Rodríguez

alt text: image is a color photograph of a white house on a large lawn; title card for new flash fiction "The Final Girl as a Middle-Aged Woman" by Amber Sparks Flash Fiction

The Final Girl as a Middle-Aged Woman by Amber Sparks

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Our Therapists Will Tell Us to Call It an Inpatient Facility by Max Hunt

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Ready for School by Hana Choi

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Hybrid Interview: Roisin Kiberd

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Against Twists

alt text: image is a color photograph of several dilapidated doors open in a hallway; title card for the new creative nonfiction piece, "The Writer," by Matthew Raymond Longform CNF

The Writer by Matthew Raymond

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Weeds by Chelsea Biondolillo

alt text: image is a color photograph of a baby's crib; title card for the flash fiction pieces "Genetically Predetermined Chemical Imbalances" by Eliot Li Flash Fiction

Genetically Predetermined Chemical Imbalances by Eliot Li

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CRAFT is a literary magazine for fiction and creative nonfiction. We explore how writing works, reading pieces with a focus on the elements of craft, on the art of prose. We feature previously unpublished creative work weekly, with occasional reprints, as well as weekly critical pieces including essays on narrative craft, interviews, book annotations and reviews, and more.

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