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The near future of performance
Published Fall 2020
The bad news is that we probably won't go see musicians play live and in the same room with other people until sometime next year. There is good news. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Nonfiction
They did more than survive
Published Fall 2020
Jessica Marie Johnson's 'Wicked Flesh' wrangles a wealth of scholarship and primary documents to discuss how Black women acquired and retained power in the 18th century / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Poetry
Lines of history
Published Fall 2020
Alum Hollis Robbins' 'Forms of Contention' investigates the history of African American poetry in printed newspaper and magazines / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Nonfiction
Less traveled by
Published Fall 2020
Andrew Miller's 'On Not Being Someone Else' explores the existential questions that arise when reflecting on the choices we could have made—and how our lives might have changed / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Pop culture
Triple layer literature
Published Fall 2020
Alum M.M. Carrigan's Taco Bell–themed literary magazine embraces nostalgia, sincerity, and Crunchwrap culture / Johns Hopkins Magazine
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