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Guernica has big plans for the rest of 2013 and beyond, and your support will be crucial as we invest in the next writers and artists who will challenge, inspire, and provoke you.
We’re in good company in the category of Social/Cultural Coverage, which includes The Morning News, McSweeney’s, and Rethinking Schools.
|Guernica seeks a Web Master, an Assistant Editor, and an Editorial Producer.|
|Event at the Free Word Lecture Theatre featured Kamila Shamsie, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, and our own Michael Archer.|
|Hangovers aside, 2011 was another banner year for us. Let’s make 2012 better.|
|Meghan O’Gieblyn’s “Sniffing Glue,” chosen as one of the top 10 essays of the year.|
|Our top 9 of FP’s movers and shakers of 2011 (including one dude who’s kind of meh)|
Poet and war correspondent Eliza Griswold reports from Pakistan on the killing of Osama bin Laden.
|Congrats to the Swedish poet and Guernica contributor.|
Re-Imagining Palestine in a Changing Arab Region: A Conversation Between Norman Finkelstein and Raja ShehadehApril 2011
|Guernica and OR Books present a conversation between political scientist Norman Finkelstein and Palestinian writer and lawyer Raja Shehadeh at Alwan for the Arts, 8 p.m., April 19th.|
|The author of “Molecularity” warns us that “a hungry accident is about to happen” and suggests a few things to read in the meantime.|
|“A lot of the interest comes from a sense that the city of Detroit isn’t just an exception to the rule of the United States…that Detroit is, in some sense, the future of American cities…”|
|Guernica is partnering with Dzanc Books to sponsor the first annual DISQUIET: International Literary Program Award. The winner of the award will be published in Guernica, will receive airfare, accommodations, and tuition for the program of writing workshops in Lisbon.|
|This election night, please join Guernica in celebrating the launch of fiction writer E.C. Osondu’s debut collection, Voice of America.|
|Join Guernica for an evening filled with food, drinks, music, readings, auctions, celebrities, honorees, and more fun than should be allowed at a benefit.|
|The Asia Society presents a live interview with Tariq Ali and Guernica editor Joel Whitney on Friday, September 17, on Obama’s foreign policy and the legacy of Bush.|
Contributing Art Editor at Guernica, was featured in yesterday’s San Francisco Examiner. Shankman reflects on his art, the recession, and the intractable differences between San Francisco and New York.
Having four ears could be a sign of the Apocalypse. Or just good for selling a t-shirt.
Wednesday, July 21, 6:30 P.M. Guernica will be participating in the Park-Lit reading series at Union Square Park, and will feature non-fiction by Joshua Kors, poetry by Terese Svoboda, and fiction by Alexander Chee.
“Call me the Great Rejector. But don’t take the rejection personally.”
Why were there only 8 women on the Modern Library’s 100 Best Novels of the Twentieth Century? Why is only 3% of the literature Americans read in translation?
The paintings are glimpses of a scene or fragments of a narrative. Similar to a memory, they are fictional constructions of significant moments.
These paintings focus on the American myth of the seeker, traveling alone through untouched landscapes in search of a revelatory experience of the divine.
The claymation videos “Hobo Clown” and “Forest” capture otherworld buffoonery and the sublime, with music by the rock band Grizzly Bear.
The genre- and language-blending Mexican-American singer discusses “Indian-ness,” making music in the land of cultural chameleons, and says she may never be hip in the U.S. But her songs might be the most eloquent response yet to the likes of Joe “You Lie” Wilson.
The environmental child prodigy on how the economy can benefit from green initiatives, why Canada and the U.S. must help lead the way, and the role for tribal peoples in conservation.
International author and economist on ending western aid to Africa, what Bono and Geldof don’t get, and the stifling of African independence and entrepreneurship.