Three Poems from “Horrible Places”Zack Haber

Baltimore-Washington International Airport, Baltimore, Maryland 21240 Shoes! Computers! Remove them! Shoes! Computers! Remove them! Shoes! Computers! Remove them! Shoes! Computers! Remove them! Security chants over and over. Feeling pressured to move forward in the line even tho there’s little space … Continue reading "Three Poems from “Horrible Places”"

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A Song from the PastGurmeet Singh

Poor Diana–Diana batchari. Whole bloody family ruined her life. Look at your grandma–your Bibi–tell me she’s not just like the Queen. Everyone running after them both–oh Bibi, your majesty, yes Bibi, haan Bibi, anything else? We say–Sikhs say–daughter-in-law should be … Continue reading "A Song from the Past"

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from Atopia IISandra Simonds

                         *                          *                          *                          *                          *                          *                          *                          * Related Posts from Untitled, 2004 for Agnes Helen Mauldin Giffin   Some drugs make me go, My God, death is everywhere constantly present, but then make me go, OK, fine, let it … Continue reading "from Atopia II"

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Theorizing Affect through Everyday Fragments: A Review of The Hundreds by Lauren Berlant and Kathleen StewartMarshall Hanig

The Hundreds by Laurent Berlant and Kathleen Stewart is an assemblage of one hundred hundred-word poetic prose musings on the affective complexities of life in the contemporary United States. In each hundred, the authors bring their expertise in literary, cultural, … Continue reading "Theorizing Affect through Everyday Fragments: A Review of The Hundreds by Lauren Berlant and Kathleen Stewart"

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The Caribbean Radical Tradition and the Postcolonial Condition: A review of Aaron Kamugisha’s Beyond ColonialityTherese Kaspersen Hadchity

With a two-volume anthology on Caribbean political thought, two separate anthologies on Caribbean cultural thought and popular culture (co-edited with Yanique Hume), a co-edited Paget Henry reader, and several special journal issues under his belt, Aaron Kamugisha must have felt … Continue reading "The Caribbean Radical Tradition and the Postcolonial Condition: A review of Aaron Kamugisha’s Beyond Coloniality"

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Three PoemsNora Collen Fulton

Wow Um Thanks For one luxurious moment the difference in mass between a cup of blood from the armpit and a cup of blood from the ass was equal, and equalled the mass of a cup of blood from the … Continue reading "Three Poems"

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from Freedom and ProstitutionCassandra Troyan

                          If you are a prostitute of the 21st century                                metaphors are not enough                                     delusions                                     the girl who works                                     who is she,                                always convincing                                convincing in capital You are the whore on his yacht he asks you to … Continue reading "from Freedom and Prostitution"

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Academia and Climate ChangeAshley Dawson

Business as usual is no longer an option when it comes to carbon emissions. At a press conference following the release of the IPCC’s “Doomsday” report, panel chair Hoesung Lee commented that “limiting warming to 1.5 is not impossible, but … Continue reading "Academia and Climate Change"

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