“Magical Realism is not so much about ghosts as possibility.” —an essay by Alberto Ríos
Conducted by Alex Gallo-Brown
[Wading into a new decade (ten miles of jungle, twenty+ river crossings, one night in a cave, chimes at the altar of the Highway of Horror, then lunch by the sea) forty-five years after the exodus]
Just Us attends to the ways the structural violence of whiteness shapes identity and interactions. —an essay by Dujie Tahat on Claudia Rankine
Caryl Pagel on Kirsten Ihn’s sundaey
Nan Cohen remembers the life and writing of Eavan Boland
“The ambiguity of poetry becomes a gesture to the ruptured integrity of the question of who I am and where I come from.”
The eyes + the masks = a confronting.
Our actions ripple out into the unforeseen and unintended.
In which guest editor Tess Taylor pairs an episode of a literary podcast with a delicious recipe.