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‘The Gentrification Plot’ by Thomas Heise

‘The Gentrification Plot’ by Thomas Heise

It is both impossible to ignore and easy to forget that New York is mostly an archipelago of islands and that its waterfront is the most extensive of any city in the United States…

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‘The Disquieting Muses’ by Thomas Heise

Did your insomnia begin then, I asked him as I looked down to make a mental note of the elapsed time on my phone’s voice recorder – 163 minutes – as we strolled through the sunlight in Mitte onto Alexanderstraße

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Now See Here by Thomas Heise

Now See Here by Thomas Heise

Photograph by Edward Bermúdez by Thomas Heise Of the half million international tourists visiting Brazil for World Cup in 2014, several thousand will take the new gondolas, purchased from the German company Doppelmayr, to Sugarloaf Mountain, and on the ride up and down will have a sweeping view of Rio de Janeiro’s notorious favelas. Laid…

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‘Moth; or how I came to be with you again’ by Thomas Heise

‘Moth; or how I came to be with you again’ by Thomas Heise

I rested for an hour, while I stared at the crumbling stones and up at a parcel of sky on a sound­less day through which, miraculously enough, a zep­pelin glided overhead like a mechanical whale…

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Thomas Heise: Unnatural as the Boom

Thomas Heise: Unnatural as the Boom

Automat, Edward Hopper, 1927 by Thomas Heise After forty, all life is a matter of saving face. For those whose successes have run out early, the years are measured less by the decreasing increments of honors achieved, than by the humiliations staved off and the reversals slowed. Among our canonical twentieth-century writers, none suffered this…

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