In reading this issue’s pieces, you’ll encounter nefarious, nostalgic, and novel takes on what “everyday life” means to different people. You may experience sonder, or perhaps you’ll find that the plot of your own life doesn’t make sense to you anymore. That’s okay. Just keep reading. Click on either cover to read it!
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