Warscapes Articles

May 30, 2017
Erzulie Dantor During the night we rode through town on scooters. Down the alleys, it’s like a carpenter’s yard after a bomb has exploded...
April 19, 2017
Remember the Name My name is a refugee From Haifa, Acre, and Jaffa, But I have no idea What these places are like. My grandparents told me...
March 6, 2017
Night Walk Beneath the cotton-candy pink in the plume of a tire fire, one man’s beard is peeling off. One looks like a clown, leans on a...
February 9, 2017
Part 1 Morning show hostess is wearing matte red lipstick The color is Russian Red (by Mac). She says: “There are 65 million refugees...
January 4, 2017
Chicken mnemonics The old man squats through unhung chimney Bellows out a copper cloud it chokes up the stench From the neighbor’s farm In...
December 13, 2016
Under Siege by Mahmoud Darwish Autoplay next video Here on the slopes of hills, facing the dusk and the cannon of time Close to the gardens...
October 14, 2016
Colony Collapse Syndrome as we squat through slum rise slum set in this labor hood of Atlantis I wonder how much sun one needs to see to...
September 1, 2016
In prison, I met people too numerous to count Killer and criminal, thief and liar, the honest and those who disbelieve, the lost and...
August 29, 2016
RULERS AND SHOES by Chandra Gurang The rulers, Covering their filthy feet With different design of shoes Feel secure. The shoes also Having...
June 16, 2016
Editor's Preface: “We’re not people, we’re lithographs” writes Andrew Levy in “The Putative Tiring of Light.” And the question, then, is...
May 5, 2016
LA POÉSIE DE LA GUERRE Prologue Is war the ultimate test of manhood? Or is fighting just one hell of a hoot? Or is it both, and neither,...

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