Interview

Stefano Harney (part 2)

We might say partial education is sisterhood and brotherhood of, with, and for the general antagonism.

Stefano Harney (part 1)

Leisure, hanging out, as the ground for collective practice, as emergent, collective practice under constant revision, but also as the struggle against the time and unit measures, against the access, of logistical capitalism. Leisure as struggle. That was Michael Brown and his friends.

Lisa Diedrich

I think of illness politics as similar to and connected to and intersecting with sexual politics and racial politics and class politics. Disability activists are some of the people doing this work the best right now, because they really understand that disability is central to almost everything that we do as a society.

Omar Robert Hamilton

The good thing about historical responsibility is that you don’t have to interrogate it too much — you can just run with it.

Guy Delisle

To be completely deprived of your freedom. That always has fascinated me.

Jen George

I don’t write just to see what’ll happen. I’m not interested in hippy art. I’m in conversation with certain things and I work to get all of those things into a unified place.

Eloisa Amezcua

“My hope is that we can dismantle and rebuild a community where we build each other up and support each other instead of trying to keep people/certain work out.”

Deborah Cowen

“This remaking of border management into a zone that aims to be both open and closed – that aims to facilitate trade, but control or contain so-called ‘undersirable flows’ (usually migrants) – is one piece of the rise of a whole new paradigm of security – supply chain security.”

Samanta Schweblin

People always forget about numbers, names, all kind of information, but they never forget a strong feeling. Maybe to turn on a mute alarm is the most effective way inform, that would be in any case my politics.

Sasha Fletcher

The last person I was in love with was an Episcopalian who taught me about Joy Williams, and who is maybe the only person I have ever written a decent poem directly about, to, and for.