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New content for May

May 23, 2006

As you can see there’s all kinds of new May content on Guernica that we’re proud of: an interview with John Conyers on impeachment, a profile of liberal blogger Markos Moulitsas Zuniga (aka The Daily Kos), an interview on global warming with New Yorker staff writer Elizabeth Kolbert.

Further down the page you’ll see some new fiction chosen by our guest fiction editor for May, Terese Svoboda and some new translations by Robert Bly.

We also hereby invite you back next week and in the weeks to come for an interview with poet Billy Collins; a piece on the struggle to survive at the Chad/Darfur border; fiction from Italian novelist Franco Ferrucci; an interview with William Powers on the green movement in Bolivia; and an essay by Nigerian novelist Okey Ndibe on how the Biafra conflict opened his eyes and taught him how to see.

Please do be in touch with us if you have ideas for essays, interviews, if want to submit stories or poems or translations; or if you want to help fund our efforts to explore where politics and art meet in this unique moment of preemptive reasoning and post-cold war blogospheric information fatigue. Buck up, and have a look.

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