March 2, 2016

Ghazals for James Foley

By Sejal Shah

Last week, I received my copy of Ghazals for Foley in the mail. James Foley was an American journalist and my classmate in the MFA program in fiction at UMass Amherst. Jim’s […]

October 29, 2015

Hard and Brittle Religions

By Amit Majmudar

  Why do some religions die out, while others persist in the face of brutal persecution? Religious diversity, while not completely analogous to biological diversity, has drastically diminished over the […]