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English - Poetry, Poetics, Translation
Nomadics · 1W ago

Cognitive Dissonance on Climate: The NY Times Op-Ed page has been terrible long before Bret Stephens

An very useful in-depth article by Ashik Siddique (Digital organizer with The Climate Mobi...
Nomadics · 2W ago

Richard Falk on Israel’s New Cultural War of Aggression

Below, the opening paragraphs of  RICHARD FALK‘s recent article in Counterpunch concerning his tribulations after publishing a book on Palestine. The article then broadens into looking at th...
Nomadics · 2W ago

A Painting by Allen Fisher & Two Poems by Kenneth Irby

Allen Fisher: Frenzy & Self-Control, second series after Blake’s Newton #3, 2013 ink, grap...
Nomadics · 2W ago

Happy 80th B-day, Thomas Pynchon!

Nomadics · 3W ago

Patrick Chamoiseau: “Le Livre Luciole”

Below, the notice I just received for Martinican poet Patrick CHAMOISEAU’s new book. Below...
Nomadics · 3W ago

Almayer’s Folly, Ecstasy & Exile.

[Because of the Brett Stephens—NYT stuff, I put this post on back burner, so it is 4 days late. But here goes:] Today in 1895 — no, yesterday, by the time you’ll read this, i.e. on 29 April — Joseph Conrad’s first novel, Almayer’s Folly, was publishe...
Nomadics · 4W ago

TOP STORIES “In his debut as a Times Op-Ed columnist, Bret Stephens says reasonable people can be skeptical about the dangers of climate change”

… oh well, I guess that’s true and I can verify it by the fact that there are reasonable p...
Nomadics · 1M ago

Uri Avnery: Palestine’s Nelson Mandela

  April 22, 2017 I HAVE a confession to make: I like Marwan Barghouti. I have visited him ...
Nomadics · 1M ago

More on Bret Stephens, the NYT’s New Hire: from Climate Denial to Racism

New New York Times hire Bret Stephens (cc photo: Christopher Michel) Outraged by the NYT h...
Nomadics · 1M ago

For the sheer 1’19” pleasure of it this rainy Thursday morning: Harry Partch by Ensemble Musikfabrik

Harry Partch | And on the Seventh Day Petals Fell in Petaluma | Verse 34 | Ensemble Musikfabrik