A Dead Woman’s Makeup by Terveen Gill

The coffin was open. Dena Mistry lay in it. The funeral home had ensured that the dead woman looked her best. The funeral director had appointed an accomplished makeup artist. Sasha could do wonders. Dena’s two children, a daughter and son, were relieved that their mother would be buried with her makeup and hair in… Leer más A Dead Woman’s Makeup by Terveen Gill

there can be only one of us. The other one’s got to go by Bogdan Dragos

noise never attracted me it always did the opposite, so when this bar too got noisy I got out of there and went back home Well, life is strange this way. When you walk away from something, you find something else Like a pesky street magician shoving cards in your face, begging you to pick… Leer más there can be only one of us. The other one’s got to go by Bogdan Dragos

Annette Gordon-Reed, The Art of Nonfiction No. 11

Interviewed by John Jeremiah Sullivan (Winter 2021) By Paris Review Courtesy of Annette Gordon-Reed. Annette Gordon-Reed will always be most famous for having confirmed, beyond a reasonable doubt, the centuries-old rumors about Thomas Jefferson having had multiple children with a mixed-race woman named Sally Hemings, whom he owned. In 1997, armed with only the analog… Leer más Annette Gordon-Reed, The Art of Nonfiction No. 11