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Figuring out what to put on the cover of each Reader issue is one of the most rewarding and at times most stressful aspects of my job. When a cover really comes together, it’s a beautiful thing: I rush into the office on Wednesday morning to see the newly printed copies, basking in the glow […]
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‘I tried to describe, with visceral specificity, what psychosis is like, and what pre-psychosis is like.’
“The history of the United States,” says the Northwestern prof, “is the history of empire.”