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Author Interviews

'Next Door' Neighbors Gradually Learn To Get Along In Post-Apartheid Cape Town

Yewande Omotoso's new novel follows two South African widows in their 80s: Hortensia is black, Marion is white and both are set in their ways.

North Korean soldiers in a mass military parade at Kim Il-Sung square in Pyongyang on Oct. 10, 2015. North Korea conducted its first missile test of the year Sunday morning. Ed Jones/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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North Korea Test-Fires First Missile During Trump's Presidency

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Dictaphone's Lament Tycho
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Fences Marcelo Zarvos
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You Will Return Quantic
Life Mask Portico Quartet
Étude 3 Nadia Sirota
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Maggie Rogers' new EP, featuring the finished version of her song "Alaska," is called Now That the Light Is Fading. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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After Wowing Pharrell, Maggie Rogers Delivers Her Pop Thesis

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Dog Years Maggie Rogers
Secret Love Dorothy Ashby