Effacing MemoryApril 2014
The artist defaces dictators who amassed illegitimate power, and works of art.
Running to the RiverMarch 2014
The Caine Prize-winning writer on resurrecting history’s ghosts, finding stories amid political violence, and why “Kenya is a mercurial character.”
Elizabeth Kadetsky: MothsMay 2013
You’ve never liked spring, as if its optimism, that sense of opportunity, is something you can never match.
Eduardo Galeano: The Life and Death of Words, People, and Even NatureMay 2013
From walking libraries and a god named “Word” to what Sherlock Holmes never said.