Where in the World is Michel Foucault? On Remigiusz Ryziński’s Foucault in Warsaw
Perhaps Foucauldian controversies are a new annual tradition.
The present is where Castro relishes his attention, but it’s a present layered with memory and subjectivity.
Binstead’s Safari – Rachel Ingalls
In many novels, the survival of a marriage symbolizes a return to normalcy, but Ingalls twists that convention by rendering marriage as a stricture on each individual’s autonomy.
Utopia Can Be Banal: The Unfinished Ballad of Kenny Dennis
It’s too easy to write Kenny Dennis off as just a joke. While there are aspects of Kenny that seem wholly ridiculous, Cohn makes his story expansive and dark, and he settles on an exuberance that overcomes Kenny’s struggle.
moore’s own practice of writing FABULOUS extends his project, creating another, more intangible and theoretical, place for these brown, queer, and fabulous lives.
To reissue a book involves hoping that history repeats itself, but this time with a difference.