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Club Sandwich

Learning who’s really allowed to assimilate in America

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EEvery spring and winter, certain colonies of New England WASPS¹ migrate south. They alight, buzzing mildly about the flight and the cab ride, on the private beaches of the Hillsboro Club, at 901 Hillsboro Mile, Hillsboro Beach, Florida. It is the sort of place that capitalizes the names of all its amenities in the description on its website: the…

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A new magazine from Roxane Gay offering some of the most interesting and thoughtful cultural criticism to be found on the Web. Our first quarterly is coming in June 2019. We value deep explorations, timelessness, and challenging conventional thinking without being cheap and lazy.

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Natalie Hodges

Natalie Hodges

Natalie Hodges is a writer and violinist from Denver, where she is at work on a book of essays about music and the science of time. GAY Mag, The Harvard Review

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