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Erica Wright Jun 22
100% second this notion. We LOVE being the first to publish someone . (And when that writer goes on to greater success, you better believe we’re smug about it.)
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Guernica Magazine Jun 21
"Some of us, it seems, are rendered in thatch, while others are made of steel; how else are we to make sense of...why one sibling enters the world through the open door, while the other uses it to make his exit?"
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Faylita Hicks Jun 20
Gorgeous work. Guernica: How A Bird Dies via
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Meryl D'Sa Jun 20
"the etymology of gun is hunger" Etymology by via
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Guernica Magazine Jun 21
"There is a huge, under-documented tradition of fiercely unapologetic disabled writing and I am proud to be a part of it. I am proud to be a disabled femme of color writer, writing in a disabled way." An interview with CARE WORK author, .
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Guernica Magazine Jun 21
"Far from being submissive, she is defiant of what the world asks of her, because she knows there’s nothing she can’t do—and what’s more, there’s nothing she can’t do her own way, the way she knows best. Clacking her heels." —
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Guernica Magazine Jun 21
“I liked to think that there was a fixed boundary where disease stopped and my brother began, a preserve of consciousness where he observed with the same cool distance the elevator hauling up and down.” A reflection on loss & mental illness by .
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Guernica Magazine Jun 21
A poem by Háel Lopez, translated from the Spanish by
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Guernica Magazine Jun 20
As we honor take a look back at 's powerful piece on the staggering journeys of Eritrean refugees.
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Guernica Magazine Jun 20
Every bird should have the right to never touch the ground, to remain suspended in the silence of a blue sky reflected in a portal to the other side.
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Guernica Magazine Jun 20
"The brain with its many folds looks like it’s squeezing itself. / Its mouths are puckered and waiting to be unlocked with a kiss." — Tiana Nobile
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SIMA Studios + Awards Jun 20
Today is also the last day our friends are streaming the incredible short film HOTEL USA which follows a group of refugees spend their first night in America in a New Jersey roadside motel. Watch the film and read the filmmaker Q+A:
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Jillian Dunham Jun 19
This is such a brilliant interview . Viet Thanh Nguyen blows me away every single time he speaks or writes.
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Ariel Francisco 🇩🇴🇬🇹 Jun 20
thrilled and honored to have this translation of Háel Lopez ( ) up at ! Thanks so much to
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Guernica Magazine Jun 20
"We have hope," says , "only if we recognize just how difficult the world is.”
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Guernica Magazine Jun 20
"A disabled literary tradition, to me, means you are innovative, resourceful, bold, Crazy brilliant, writing from both a collective and individual space." tells in this conversation.
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Guernica Magazine Jun 20
"Even when people tell her she should step down from those heels, to let go of this unnecessary sign of feminine passivity, she reminds us that there’s nothing she can’t do, nowhere she can’t go, wearing them." —
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Guernica Magazine Jun 20
A poem this morning from Háel Lopez, translated by . Every bird should have the right to die by night over the sea to be swallowed by the restless mirror and float on.
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Guernica Magazine Jun 19
"It’s more powerful than slamming a door, the way these shoes clack, because they linger for a while before they completely cease." —
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Guernica Magazine Jun 19
THE COLOR INSIDE A MELON by is out from . Get your copy of the story that, according to , "twists, turns, then coils into a scorpion’s sting."
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