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“The Great Unknown,” by Ravi Mangla, appears in the Fall 2016 Poetics of Science issue of KROnline A third of the way through his elegant and compact essay “The Great Unknown,” Ravi Mangla’s observes, “The mail, once good for a… Continue reading ?
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Act I of Karen Malpede’s play Extreme Whether appears in the Fall 2016 issue of KROnline. How to live in the Anthropocene? We are the first to cross this boundary from a natural world into a human induced climate: an… Continue readi...

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