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From Tijuana east, Ed Vulliamy traces a violent drug war, spreading repression condoned by the U.S., a wall that separates family members, a water supply shut off, and the worship of Holy Death. From his new book.
Work for Guernica
August 8, 2013
Guernica is now accepting applications for a Managing Editor and an Art Director.
Eve Ensler: Our Work Now Is Embodiment
December 6, 2013
The artist-activist talks with Michael Klein about surviving cancer, working in the Congo, and how both came together in her latest book, In The Body of the World.
Jonathan Lee: Scott Cohen’s Unfinished Ballad
December 5, 2013
A photographer who understands Nabokov’s assertion that “imagination is a form of memory,” that as human beings we are forever recreating our own lives.
Leah Carroll: The Revolution is Not a Dinner Party
December 4, 2013
On The Punk Singer and Kathleen Hanna’s riotous remaking of American grrrlhood.