Tag: Michael Archer
Guernica EIC Michael Archer To Speak at Comadres y Compadres Writers ConferenceOctober 2012
Guernica editor-in-chief Michael Archer will be speaking about the publishing industry, with an especial focus on magazines and literary journals.
Michael Archer: Q&A with Alice WalkerJune 2011
|The Pulitzer Prize-winning author on her impending trip to Gaza, “SlutWalk,” and The Chicken Chronicles.|
Byrne, Baby, ByrneApril 2010
The rock icon on song cycles, cycling, and escaping the past with Imelda Marcos. And you may ask yourself, is this my beautiful new business model?
Wendell Potter Reacts to the Passing of the Health Care Reform BillMarch 2010
Guernica editors Joel Whitney and Michael Archer recently emailed Wendell Potter, former mouthpiece for Cigna and ubiquitous healthcare commentator, about passage of the legislation.
Rec Room: Michael Archer: The Disappointment ArtistJanuary 2010
Some of the smartest and most entertaining takes on culture.
Rec Room: Michael Archer: Elvis Perkins in DearlandOctober 2009
“123 Goodbye” is poetry that inspires poetry.
Coming to AmreekaSeptember 2009
The filmmaker on her feel-good (sort of) movie, Palestinians in the Windy City, and how personal experiences can trump political arguments.
Staff Pick: Michael ArcherSeptember 2009
What comedy should ensue when the Queen of England (previously a non-reader) visits a mobile library and (gasp!) borrows a book?
Staff Pick: Michael ArcherAugust 2009
Jonas has converted to Islam and recently been sequestered. In exactly thirty-one hours, he is supposed to commit an act of terrorism in the New York City subway. Kinda gutsy, no?
Staff Pick: Michael ArcherJuly 2009
Inflating a Dog’s inventive tale is touching and, in spots, hilarious, and Peter and his mother’s journey and quest for fame call to mind Don Quixote.
Staff Pick: Michael ArcherJune 2009
What makes The Bubble worth watching is the way it exposes the complex lives and realities of Palestinians and Israelis and makes us pose questions about our own humanity.
A Lousy DealJune 2009
On the twentieth anniversary of Tiananmen Square, the student leader made famous for scolding the premier in his hospital gown discusses life in exile, guilt over the students’ deaths, and how his movement was a mere first step toward greater political freedom in China.
We Need to WinApril 2009
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.