A Political and Literary Forum
Hwang Sok-yong’s new novel sounds a warning about the pitfalls of Korean reunification.
Arab American poetry and the work of liberation.
Lena Khalaf Tuffaha
Neel Mukherjee is part of a new generation of Indian writers dissecting postcolonialism’s failed promise of a classless society.
Noam Chomsky and Hilary Putnam on how language connects us to the world.
‘Happy End’ is the culmination of Haneke’s obsession with how technology mediates our desires.
Jorie Graham’s Fast marks the fraught presence of an environmentally inclined writer whose most immediate environment, the body, confronts a foreclosed future.
Aaron Beasley interviews Rodrigo Toscano
Rodrigo Toscano, Aaron Beasley
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David Theo Goldberg
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