This Week in Essays

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At Belt Magazine, Sara Nasser comes of age both in and out of tradition.

“But now, in this moment, after seeing the worst of what it means to be human, I set my mind to it; I’m going to make a baby.” Eliza Margarita Bates finds that the world is terrible and submits herself to creating new life in spite of it, at Longreads.

Here at The Rumpus, Nato Green makes a decision as a new father that puts a strain on an important familial relationship.

At Lit Hub, Elizabeth Bales Frank finds herself the poet laureate of a law firm—with a stipend!

Over at The Cut, Kera Bolonik tells the head-spinning story of a law professor who became a mark.

Back at The Rumpus, Marisa Crane writes on censorship, community, and the more affirming rules we might use to truly support one another.

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Tamara Matthews is a Chicago-based freelance writer and editor. Visit tamaramatthews.com or find her on Twitter: @writingtoatee. More from this author →