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Underground Railway Theater’s artistic director Debra Wise takes on the role of The Homebody and is almost alarmingly spot-on, theater critic Kilian Melloy writes.
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The American presidency and Donald Trump. We’re teaming up with NPR at presidential libraries around the country to ask how you see this president.
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The president's tactics remind C. Nicholas Cuneo of those of Robert Mugabe, Zimbabwe's brutal dictator.
What emerging writers need most is not motivation but access, writes Eve Bridburg, and the NEA’s role in this effort...