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Me

Me

This issue of the magazine explores narcissism, self, surveillance, solitude, and connection, and features a conversation with William T. Vollmann and essays by Edwin Battistella, Jay Ponteri, Courtenay Hameister, Joanna Rose, and Daniel Rivas.

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Editor
Kathleen Holt

Art Director
Jen Wick

Communications Coordinator
Ben Waterhouse
Eloise Holland

Copy Editor
Allison Dubinsky

Communications/Publications Intern
Sierra Bray

Design Intern
Reid Stubblefield

Editorial Advisory Board
Brian Doyle
Debra Gwartney
Julia Heydon
Guy Maynard
Win McCormack
Greg Netzer
Camela Raymond
Kate Sage
Rich Wandschneider
Dave Weich

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Oregon Humanities magazine

Oregon Humanities magazine is a triannual publication devoted to exploring important and timely ideas from a variety of perspectives and to stimulating reflection and public conversation. The magazine is distributed for free to more than 12,000 readers in Oregon. Articles and essays from the magazine have been reprinted in several textbooks, the Pushcart Prize anthology, Utne Reader, and Best American Essays, and featured on public radio programs Think Out Loud and This American Life.

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