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Novelist Olga Tokarczuk, winner of the Booker International Prize, presents a multicultural Poland, to the ire of the Polish far-right.
Boots Riley's new film roasts racial capitalism and issues an unapologetic call for revolution.
Robin D. G. Kelley
Wave Books, $18 (paper)
Dorothea Lasky’s first four books
Carmen Giménez Smith’s fifth collection of poetry presents a nimble mind navigating a ruptured world.
One of the most important contemporary poets of Francophone Africa, Josué Guébo writes in language that is raucous, difficult, and outrageously beautiful.
Reviews of new poetry from Lillian-Yvonne Bertram, Kimberly Burwick, Caroline Crumpacker, Kathy Fagan, Jennifer Firestone, and Virginia Konchan
Hannah Rogers, BK Fischer, Vi Khi Nao, Martha Silano, Tamas Panitz, Heather Treseler
Global justice requires that we look away from Geneva and New York to the outer fringes of global power.
A new anthology is dedicated to the scholar who saw nostalgia as a radical rebellion against modern ideas of time.
Tara Westover's best-selling memoir may reveal more about the place of feminism in contemporary U.S. life than any book in recent memory.
Frontispiece to Jean Blaeu’s Atlas Maior 1866
autochthony: self sprung from the earth: a
José Felipe Alvergue
The word rewilding entered the lexicon around 1990, describing activist intentions to return land
What Afrofuturism can teach us about surviving Trump.
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David Theo Goldberg
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