Posts Tagged ‘ essay ’

Against Witness by Cathy Park Hong | Poetry Magazine

 

 

Source: Against Witness by Cathy Park Hong | Poetry Magazine

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Now: The Invisible Committee | Autonomies

It’s useless to wait-for a breakthrough, for the revolution, the nuclear apocalypse or a social movement. To go on waiting is madness. The catastrophe is not coming, it is here. We are already situated within the collapse of a civilization. It is within this reality that we must choose sides.

The Invisible Committee, The Coming Insurrection

Source: Now: The Invisible Committee | Autonomies

Threat Level: Poetry by Amy King | Boston Review

Source: Threat Level: Poetry | Boston Review

Reading Susan Sontag in Paris | Literary Hub

She writes in “Against Interpretation,” “Conversely, it is the habit of approaching works of art in order to interpret them that sustains this fancy that there really is such a thing as the content of a work of art.”

Source: Reading Susan Sontag in Paris | Literary Hub

Inhabitation: Erín Moure: “all of which is invented has just been invented now” – Inhabitations: A Recombinant Theory Project

Source: Inhabitation: Erín Moure: “all of which is invented has just been invented now” – Inhabitations: A Recombinant Theory Project

No : Anne Boyer : Harriet the Blog : The Poetry Foundation

History is full of people who just didn’t.  They said no thank you, turned away, ran away to the desert, stood on the streets in rags, lived in barrels, burned down their own houses, walked barefoot through town, killed their rapists, pushed away dinner, meditated into the light.  Even babies refuse, and the elderly, too.  […]

Source: No : Anne Boyer : Harriet the Blog : The Poetry Foundation

Where We Go From Here: On “Political” Poetry and Marginalization, by Cynthia Cruz | VIDA: Women in Literary Arts

 

“But one voice is not enough, nor two, although this is where dialogue begins.” — Cherrie Moraga THE PROBLEMSomething occurred during the days after the Trump election. There was a marked difference between those who were angry and … [Read More]

Source: Where We Go From Here: On “Political” Poetry and Marginalization | VIDA: Women in Literary Arts