Chloe Wyma: To Aestheticize PoliticsOctober 2015
The nebulous function of political art
Jo Comerford and Mattea Kramer: Putting Out the Syrian FireOctober 2015
Can diplomacy do what war couldn’t?
Joaquin Sapien: Misappropriated Funds Cast Further Suspicion on California Group HomesOctober 2015
As a group home for some of the state’s most troubled children prepares to close, county auditors are poring over its finances.
Tom Engelhardt: The Fog of IntelligenceOctober 2015
With a massive intelligence program, the US is still caught off guard
Lauren Kirchner: Your Smart Home Knows a Lot About YouOctober 2015
A data scientist’s experiment reveals surprising information about interconnected smart devices
Jenny Pritchett: Funny MoneyOctober 2015
When the law is lawless.
Sarah Menkedick: Caught in the MiddleOctober 2015
Reflections on a family whose heritage spans borders, but whose separate experiences continues to divide them in their own home.
Jen Manion: When White Liberals (and Black Elites) Make Things WorseOctober 2015
A historical perspective on language and the criminalization of African Americans.
Marvin George and Jouvay Ayiti: Playing Devil’s Advocate with MasOctober 2015
This Columbus Day, a Caribbean carnival arts collective invokes the deeper principles behind Carnival masquerades to create social change.
Osama Alomar: The NameOctober 2015
Flash Fiction: He dug his nails into the smooth cover
Michael T. Klare: Welcome to a New PlanetOctober 2015
The earth is reaching its tipping point
Writing In The Bellies Of Beasts: An Interview with Lincoln MichelOctober 2015
The writer and editor speaks about beastliness in fiction, founding a literary journal, and avoiding the lure of “faux-weirdness” in his work.
Amy Brill: To Be Communicated in Every HomeOctober 2015
A mother reflects on fears and stark statistics, following another school shooting.
Richard Falk: A Nonagon of Toxic ConflictOctober 2015
Notes on the Turkish quagmire.
Joe Sexton: The Prominence and Plight Of Girls in the Juvenile Justice SystemOctober 2015
Girls make up a growing share of children arrested and detained across the country.
Chris Lombardi: The Bergdahl Discussion DilemmaOctober 2015
The risky story-telling complicit in the public discourse on Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl.
Paul Auckland Best: The BarrelOctober 2015
For a sign language interpreter at a murder trial, the crowning achievement is utter neutrality.
Rattanamol Singh: FencesOctober 2015
Good fences make good neighbors, graveyards, and mariachi bands.
Matt Huynh: Drawing Between the LinesOctober 2015
Occupy Wall Street artist pens interactive online comic about Vietnamese refugees
David Morris: We Now Have a Justice System Just for CorporationsOctober 2015
How the Supreme Court twisted a 1925 law to undermine the interests of citizens, employees and small business
An Important Announcement about Guernica DailySeptember 2015
For the remainder of 2015, Guernica Daily will be paying its contributors.
Ann Neumann: The Homemade Death PenaltySeptember 2015
Faced with a shortage of killer drugs, Texas executioners have begun manufacturing their own pentobarbital, a lawsuit charges.
Tom Engelhardt: Three Exceptional Facts About AmericaSeptember 2015
It’s safe to be paranoid in the US.
Robin Cloud: When The End ComesSeptember 2015
“Divorce, a fresh start.”
Karen Benke: Reviving The Lost Art of Letter WritingSeptember 2015
“The radical creative act of freeing the inner, and outer, child.”
Andrea Maurer: High HitlerSeptember 2015
A look into the megalomaniac’s drug addiction.
Greg Grandin: Debacle, Inc.September 2015
How Henry Kissinger helped create our “proliferated” world.
Annie Waldman: New Data Reveals Stark Gaps in Graduation Rates Between Poor and Wealthy StudentsSeptember 2015
For the first time ever, the public can see the graduation rates for Pell Grant recipients at over 1,000 schools
Joseph Roth: The MotherSeptember 2015
Flash Fiction: Even while she lay in hospital she was trembling for the well-being of her son
Manash Bhattacharjee: And Quiet Flows the KopiliSeptember 2015
Violence and citizenship in Assam, as experienced by its forgotten