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Evergreen Review Jan 21
Working on the new issue, and among the amazing stuff we're adding is the coolest "thank-you" video ever, crafted for Evergreen by Young-hae Chang Heavy Industries--normally for people who give to the cause, but....:
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Creative Writing Jan 16
MFA alum hosted Tender Table here in NYC, Lithub reports: “The scent of fresh dill lingered in the air, as the crowd of 20 or 30 settled into chairs, and, despite it being December, the air felt fresh and new, like spring.”
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Evergreen Review Dec 3
The Evergreen Review is back: via
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Evergreen Review Dec 3
Remember! "I'm gonna tell you workers, 'fore you cash in your checks, they say 'America first!' but they mean 'America next!'..." — Woody Guthrie, 1941
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Woodbine Nov 29
Our Research Group welcomes next Thursday for “The Liberal Authenticity Fetish: A Doomed Response to Fascism”, in which we discuss some of her recent writings in & . Part of our fall fundraising series:
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Rise and Resist Nov 9
A massive NYC march turning the corner on the way into Union Square in defense of the rule of law and Mueller’s investigation Video free for media use
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Evergreen Review Oct 7
Replying to @sgontarski
Aw! you should've checked in with me, Stan! best, J.O.
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Evergreen Review Oct 7
TONIGHT ---> Evergreen Review at KGB Bar -
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☇RiotWomenn☇ Sep 8
Lindsey Graham is a liar. Most think he's being blackmailed. Graham now claims the NYT op-ed is an effort to create a “new narrative” that Trump is crazy "I think he's a kook. I think he's crazy. I think he's unfit for office.” Graham on Trump, Feb 2016
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Evergreen Review Sep 7
An evening with the new Evergreen Review! that a beer or two will get you happy. Come hear a bunch of us in NYC at Oct. 7
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Evergreen Review Aug 21
"What's the sense in losing heart now? We should have done so a billion years ago, back in the nineties." -- "Waiting for Godot"
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Dale May 30
One more reminder to join me, Kadin Herring, Adjua Johnson, Tash Lennard, Laurie Stone, Chimene Suleyman, Andrew Wilson, and of course John Oakes at Bizarre Bar for an evening of new writing and beer. What else were you going to do on Wednesday night?
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Alvin Lu Apr 30
Excerpt from Stephen Beachy's Glory Hole in , probly best novel ever written about San Francisco (altho field seems surprisingly thin imho)
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Evergreen Review Apr 30
Why I March in Gaza
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Evergreen Review Apr 27
Three Literary Critics Who Engage With Their Subjects, Unconventionally
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John G. H. Oakes Apr 26
Where are you, !? no words for journalists Yaser Murtaja and Ahmad Abu Hussein, killed by Israeli sniper fire?
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Soft Skull Press Apr 24
"My parents told loads of stories about their upbringing—up ’til the point when they couldn’t make sense of them, or why they were telling us, which reminded them: they shouldn’t have had children." An excerpt of Men and Apparitions in .
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Adalah-NY Apr 25
Israeli army snipers have now killed two Palestinian journalists from Gaza who were wearing protective gear marked with Press - first Yaser Murtaja and now Ahmed Abu Hussein. Past time to speak out cc:
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Adalah-NY Apr 17
On 4/24 Israel will announce a verdict in the trial of Palestinian poet Dareen Tatour, held in prison or under house arrest for the last 2.5 years for a poem & 2 Facebook posts. 100s of writers call for Dareen's release
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Evergreen Review Apr 16
Wonderful profile of Maurice Girodias & Olympia Press via
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