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Without intervention, male cubs like the one pictured here will likely go extinct within the next several decades. Beverly Joubert/National Geographic hide caption

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Without Intervention, Lions Heading For Extinction

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Mat Johnson is the author of several novels and graphic novels including Drop, Hunting in Harlem and Incognegro. Johnson is a faculty member at the University of Houston Creative Writing Program and lives in Texas with his wife and children. Meera Bowman Johnson. hide caption

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In 'Pym,' A Comic Glimpse Into Poe's Racial Politics

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