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—Episode 2 - Kiese Laymon

theworkshopblog:

Kiese Laymon visits with us to talk about race, body, gender, politics, the sentence and time travel on this week’s episode of The Workshop!

Yes.

Join us! 
guernicamag:

Come join us on Wednesday for our first salon of the year! Get your fill of art, politics, and the best-dressed masthead this side of the Atlantic.

Join us! 

guernicamag:

Come join us on Wednesday for our first salon of the year! Get your fill of art, politics, and the best-dressed masthead this side of the Atlantic.

guernicamag:

Our new issue is here! Interviews with Deepa Gupta and Daniel Bergner, Todd Miller on the South Carolina Border Patrol, Boyer Rickel on Poety Morgan Schuldt, fiction by Angela Brkic and Norman Lock, and poetry by Paul Beilstein and Russ Woods.

guernicamag:

Our new issue is here! Interviews with Deepa Gupta and Daniel Bergner, Todd Miller on the South Carolina Border Patrol, Boyer Rickel on Poety Morgan Schuldt, fiction by Angela Brkic and Norman Lock, and poetry by Paul Beilstein and Russ Woods.

therumpus:

Join us for The Rumpus/Guernica Holiday Spectacular in New York City, December 9, 7 to 11pm.
Co-Hosted by Buzzfeed Books.
Featuring music by Alina Simone, readings from Geoff Dyer and Saeed Jones, and comedy by Janine Brito.
Get your ticket here & RSVP on Facebook!

therumpus:

Join us for The Rumpus/Guernica Holiday Spectacular in New York City, December 9, 7 to 11pm.

Co-Hosted by Buzzfeed Books.

Featuring music by Alina Simone, readings from Geoff Dyer and Saeed Jones, and comedy by Janine Brito.

Get your ticket here & RSVP on Facebook!

In The New York Times in March 2012, Sarah Hepola’s profile of Gloria Steinem—complete with discussion of where the next feminist icon like her might be—ran in “Fashion & Style.” And when the young (male) publisher of Jacobin magazine was profiled in the Times’s Books section in January, women editors and publishers at The New Inquiry protested—when their similarly intellectual publication was featured in the Times the previous fall, they had been in “Fashion & Style.”