Simulation Liberation Army

Edgar Hoover’s Ghostreaders Framed African American Literature (2015), Neither Peace nor Freedom: The Cultural Cold War in Latin America (2015), and Finks: How the CIA Tricked the World’s Best Writers (2017). What was once spoken about behind closed doors is now shared freely in the open air, with Trump associate Roger Stone saying, “Facts are

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The Choice to Stay: SJ Sindu’s “Marriage of a Thousand Lies”

It eludes focus. This geographic separation will prove inadequate. If only people were as imaginative with their own narratives (or those of their children) as the ancients were when they invented these original tales. Or maybe she does, maybe she finds herself drawn to his new soft curves. The only way out of oppression for

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A Translating a Departure in Tunisian Feminist Writing in Arabic

Znaidi, a poet and translator, shares   Ferchichi, a Tunisian literary journalist and short-story writer, has published her short stories and poems in numerous Tunisian and Arab literary magazines. This startling mélange works to highlight the role of memory both in real life and in crafting fiction. Znaidi shared his translator’s note, in which he

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