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...
Poetry
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,...
Poetry
March 18, 2016
Author's Introduction In Interrogating Water (Salmon, 2014), I deploy an array of forms and formats—ballad, sonnet, villanelle, psalm,...
Reviews
March 14, 2016
Eliash Strongowski’s collage Outleap is the cover of Khaty Xiong’s first book of poems, Poor Anima , released last year from Apogee Press (...
Conversations
July 23, 2015
Quintan Ana Wikswo has carved out a space of artistic living unlike anyone else. Her work bleeds into multiple disciplines, from fiction to...
Reviews
June 9, 2015
Ondjaki’s book, Granma Nineteen and the Soviet’s Secret is an homage to the author’s childhood memories. However, the author does not use...
Poetry
October 17, 2014
Editor's Introduction The 17th Century Kabbalist, Nathan of Gaza, speculated that before the world came into being, there were, in the...
blog
April 14, 2015
African Literature...Says Who? The Last 50 Years with Ngũgĩ wa Thiong'o Kenyan born and internationally acclaimed, Ngũgĩ wa Thiong'o is the...
Art
November 18, 2012
Sixteen years after the French conquest in 1830, unlike Morocco and Tunisia, Algeria had become an integral, legal and administrative part...