Posts Tagged: Guernica Magazine

Women Writers on Arabian Nights

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Erica Wagner interviews Hanan Al-Shayk, Lebanese author, and Marina Warner, cultural historian, on what the modern world can learn from 1,001 Nights for Guernica Magazine. The three feminist-minded writers champion 1,001 Nights for its giving voice to the oppressed and as a demonstration of how the weak are to use cunning and wiliness as their […]

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Alice Walker on Censorship

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Guernica interviews Alice Walker, author of The Color Purple and one of the most censored contemporary writers, in honor of Banned Books Week. The Color Purple has been voted off school curriculums and out of school libraries many times since its publication in the early 1980s. Many more of her short stories and essays that […]

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Praise For Dispatch From The Future

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This month’s Rumpus Book Club selection – Leigh Stein’s Dispatch from the Future – gets an outstanding review from Guernica Magazine: “Stein’s poems are the very perfect product of a frenetic in-between culture where knowledge is currency but also poverty, and its artistic output is underscored by a perennial ennui—like the girl in high school who wears […]

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A Bay Area Talk Tonight!

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BOMB and Guernica Magazine are collaborating for a talk that is both free and open to the public. Come celebrate indie magazines by mingling with the writers and artists that contribute to them! Where: The Make-out Room, 3225 22nd Street, San Francisco, CA When: Tonight! 6-9 pm

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Eat Your Sprouts

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“Any potential act of terrorism simply feeds the system, creating new opportunities to add yet more layers to one bureaucracy or another, or to promote new programs of surveillance, control, and war-making.” Guernica Magazine’s Tom Engelhardt discusses terrorism in the context of the most recent E.Coli outbreak. Nothing is absolutely certain in terms of national […]

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