Report from the Field: Seeing Is Changing

Report from the Field: Seeing Is Changing

[This Report from the Field is a post by KC Trommer, regarding the controversy surrounding a member of the publishing world and a UK-based for-profit press.]...

I, Afterwards

I, Afterwards

nala-e-bebaak / نالۂ_بیباک (noun, urdu): an audacious sorrow The first signs of verbal violence emerged from a constant comparison between his own literary outputs v/s mine. There...

Literatura, Música, y (Huracán) María: Reflections from the Diaspora

Literatura, Música, y (Huracán) María: Reflections from the Diaspora

“Maria’s thunder skirts flew high when she danced” —from “Siblings” in Blood Dazzler by Patricia Smith “No hemos contado aún a los muertos, no sabemos nada...

Body of a Poem: If language makes us visible

Body of a Poem: If language makes us visible

“I swear, you will wake— & mistake these walls for skin.” —from: Someday I’ll Love Ocean Vuong, by Ocean Vuong I don’t like to think...

News Flash: There’s No Central Office Called #MeToo

News Flash: There’s No Central Office Called #MeToo

1 I’d already had a bad day when I read Daphne Merkin’s now-infamous Op-Ed in The New York Times, “Publicly, We Say #MeToo. Privately, We...