An Interview with Gabrielle DanielsJamie Townsend

Gabrielle Daniels’s new book Something Else Again: Poetry and Prose, 1975-2019, was recently published by Materials / Materialien in London and Munich and by Dogpark Collective in the US. Daniels’s essays, stories, and poems have appeared in the print and … Continue reading "An Interview with Gabrielle Daniels"

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Two PoemsJo Barchi

River by Joni Mitchell   Happy holidays angel, from Chicago. Oh how I wish I had a river, that I could skate to you on.  Here’s hoping the snow, never leaks through those boots of yours, to touch your feet, … Continue reading "Two Poems"

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A Conversation between Candice Lin and C. Riley SnortonCandice Lin

Visual artist Candice Lin and cultural theorist C. Riley Snorton discuss the history of gynecology, Lin’s recent work, and other topics in a conversation occasioned by our recent special issue Sexology and Its Afterlives, edited by Joan Lubin and Jeanne … Continue reading "A Conversation between Candice Lin and C. Riley Snorton"

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Andrea Abi-Karam and Jasbir K. Puar: Correspondence 2021Andrea Abi-Karam

Andrea Abi-Karam’s most recent book is Villainy, published by Nightboat Books last year. Jasbir K. Puar is a member of the Social Text Collective and the author, most recently, of The Right to Maim (Duke UP, 2017). Here the authors … Continue reading "Andrea Abi-Karam and Jasbir K. Puar: Correspondence 2021"

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Generation Loss: A Feeling Called Heaven by Joey Yearous-AlgozinBarrett White

“I am sitting in a room different from the one you are in now. I am recording the sound of my speaking voice and I am going to play it back into the room again and again until the resonant … Continue reading "Generation Loss: A Feeling Called Heaven by Joey Yearous-Algozin"

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Sleeping with the Window OpenMira Mattar

  Notes “I know too much has been made of origins” is Dionne Brand’s “Too much has been made of origins” in A Map to the Door of No Return: Notes to Belonging (Canada: Vintage Books, 2002). When writing “as … Continue reading "Sleeping with the Window Open"

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Quarantine Sonnet I, 2020Addy Malinowski

we go on walks now along the shore of Lake Pontchartrain in March we pass each other little hand-drawn hearts held together by a paperclip My ribcage hurts from a fracture glass raining sideways creating artificial pathways to pathogenic selves … Continue reading "Quarantine Sonnet I, 2020"

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Reverse Manifest Destiny (Or, The Exiles and Me)Lou Cornum

My people used to roam all over the place. -Homer, The Exiles As soon as he walked into the bar, I knew he was Native. He knew or knew that I knew and in no time, he was standing next … Continue reading "Reverse Manifest Destiny (Or, The Exiles and Me)"

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