Palestine Now–Call for EssaysSocial Text Collective

Palestine Now Edited by Maya Mikdashi, Jasbir Puar, Helga Tawil-Souri Palestine Now editors invite contributions reflecting upon current and historical conditions in and of Palestine and Israel. As we collectively confront the “ethical indifference with which racial violence is met” (Denise … Continue reading "Palestine Now–Call for Essays"

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On Famous Hermits by Stacy SzymaszekWill Fesperman

In the fall of 2023, it is a bit late to be reviewing Stacy Szymaszek’s Famous Hermits, which came out months ago. But that does not matter so much. In fact, there are parts of Famous Hermits that seem already … Continue reading "On Famous Hermits by Stacy Szymaszek"

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Three PoemsTeline Trần

Hot Dish Since under, I had spoken one word a day To a complement a meal, I would utter, ‘Breakfast,’ ‘Lunch,’ or ‘Dinner.’   To move from coming, I speak slighter Worded widely that the cheeks bled, Spinning trellises before … Continue reading "Three Poems"

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Sacre du CouncilSára Bányai

On Easter day I went to visit my friend to celebrate together in a silly, agnostic fashion while overdosing on vegan chocolate eggs. We agreed to do it behind closed doors as we did not want to be associated publicly … Continue reading "Sacre du Council"

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Yes/No: Referenda and MandatesSeán Cubitt

I. On October 14, 2023, Australia voted in a referendum on the Indigenous Voice to Parliament, an attempt to enshrine consultation with Indigenous peoples in the Australian constitution. The proposal originated in the Uluru Statement from the Heart, adopted by … Continue reading "Yes/No: Referenda and Mandates"

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Where Trees Seek ShelterBaraah Abu Al Rob

She’s just a kid. Kids don’t mourn their loss; they don’t know what their loss is. YET.   She’s just 2, she definitely won’t remember the tears. It only took the “kid” 2 seconds to stop being one. That’s exactly … Continue reading "Where Trees Seek Shelter"

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My Fast Bike!Saed Abu-Hijleh

I rode my bike, He rode his F-16 and tank, I sang my song, He shot me and gained his rank. I am the terrorist, he is the victim! I am a martyr now and did not go to school, … Continue reading "My Fast Bike!"

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Open Letter from the Institute for the Critical Study of Zionism’s Research CommunityInstitute for the Critical Study of Zionism’s Research Community

Eighty scholars from the Institute for the Critical Study of Zionism (ICSZ) today released an open letter to universities and other institutions, demanding they retract their statements endorsing Israeli genocide against Palestinians. During the past two weeks of Israeli attacks … Continue reading "Open Letter from the Institute for the Critical Study of Zionism’s Research Community"

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