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INDIGENOUS MEDIA IN LATIN AMERICA

THE DARK BEHIND THE SUN: Sarah Gerard’s Sunshine State

Sarah Gerard’s second book is a blending of personal essay, deeply researched journalism, and sudden, gutting truths. In the title essay, Gerard writes of a green-cheeked conure she and her husband adopted: “She chewed everything… She sought out our wounds and pulled at them, then groomed open the flesh even wider. She had a taste  Continue Reading »

Resurrection Man by Nick Makoha

Difficult Women by Roxane Gay

Culture as Weapon: The Art of Influence in Everyday Life by Nato Thompson

Since first merging onto the Information Highway, I have harbored doubts as to whether scholarship could long survive the digital age. Google makes it so, so easy to skim the surface of a given subject, lighting here for this weighty quote, there for that purloined insight. Who could say whether a work is the product  Continue Reading »

A JAMBOREE OF HOODLUMS: Wallace Stevens on Miami

New Ideas for the Administration

REDEFINING THE MODERN MUSIC FESTIVAL FROM THE GROUND UP

YOU CAN’T PRETEND A VIBE: A Conversation with Aja Monet of Smoke Signals Studio

ART, ECOMONICS AND BISCAYNE: Interview with Ryan N. Dennis and william cordova