Rachel Aviv (“ A Muslim Cop’s Trial,” p. 50 ) won the 2015 Scripps Howard Award for “Your Son Is Deceased,” her story for the magazine on police shootings. Calvin Trillin ( “Final Cut,” p. 28 ) is the author of, most recently, “No Fair! No Fair!: And Other Jolly Poems of Child- hood,”with illustrations by Roz Chast. Elizabeth Kolbert ( Comment, p. 23 ) is a staff writer. Her book “The Sixth Ex- tinction: An Unnatural History” won the 2015 Pulitzer Prize for nonfiction. Billy Collins ( Poem, p. 45 ) published his latest poetry collection, “The Rain in Portugal,” in 2016. AmandaPetrusich ( PopMusic,p.80 ),a con- tributingwriter for newyorker.com,is the author of “Do Not Sell At Any Price.” Chris Ware ( Cover ), a graphic novelist, has contributed comic strips and twenty- four covers to the magazine since 1999. His next book, “Monograph,” will be published in October.
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