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The Chilean playwright remembers the moment he learned what it means to fear one’s own words—and finds that from Pinochet to the Patriot Act, the state listens, watches, and waits.
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Guernica 10th Anniversary Gala
October 31, 2014
On November 5th, join Guernica in celebrating a decade of changing the conversation.
Guernica Annual Launch Tour 2014BK > SF > LA > NY
October 15, 2014
The Guernica Annual has arrived.
Work for Guernica
September 20, 2014
Guernica is now accepting applications for an interviews editor and an associate art editor.
Amanda Michalopoulou: Deer in the Woods
November 18, 2014
Flash Fiction: What, for you, is the clearest image of happiness?
Nancy Kricorian: Pilgrimage as/or Resistance
November 14, 2014
A trip to Turkey sparks a search for the ghosts of the Armenian genocide.
Şükran Moral: The Slow Unsilencing
November 12, 2014
On the eve of Contemporary Istanbul, Rachel Friedman talks with one of Turkey’s most controversial artists about performance, process, and what happens when your art makes you a target.