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  • Jason Diamond writes for The New York Times about the curse of having once been a barista.

  • R. Crumb and Will Eisner are among 130 illustrators creating a three-volume graphic novel version of the western canon.

  • The latest short story by Robert Walser in the New York Review of Books describes the author’s favorite Berlin bar.

  • The Arty Semite contributor Jillian Steinhauer offers 127 reasons why we’re fascinated by lists.


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