The art of saying nothing while pretending to say something.
PATRICE GREANVILLE This is a repost First published on January 4, 2017 few days back I bumped into a column by Matt Taibbi that sounded promising: Something About This Russia Story Stinks Hmm, to have a well-known, hard-nosed reporter like Taibbi file a piece onREAD ON
Featured by the editors of Monthly Review Online KIMBERLEY BROWN Posted Nov 11, 2017 by Eds. Originally published: Upside Down World by Kimberley Brown (November 6, 2017) iana Lozado was 21 when she left her home city of Nieva and fled into the jungle toREAD ON
GAITHER STEWART—Reading Milosz, Gombrowicz, and Hlasko and about the people they knew one can realize how as a result of the isms and the devastation, European poetry last century developed differently than American poetry. In the post-war European poets wondered what they could possibly writeREAD ON
ROBERT HUNZIKER—Problem: People need insects a lot more than insects need people. Without insects 80% of plants will die. The plants are angiosperms, meaning they need pollination. Mass starvation ensues. There’s no way around it. Now that the UN and the chief scientist of the UKREAD ON