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LEFT CURVE no. 32
Gene Ray: History, The Sublime, Terror: Notes on the Politics of Fear [pdf]
G. D. McFetridge: A Bridge in Iraq (fiction)
Ron Savage: After School and After the War (fiction)
John G. Hall: War; The Orange Snake of Burma (poems)
Susan Galleymore: Long Time Passing: Mothers Speak about War and Terror [pdf]
Ysabel de la Rosa: Bloodless; To Orient and Advise (poems)
Iain R. Edgar: The Inspirational Night Dream in the Motivation and Justification of Jihad
Agneta Falk: Sold (poem)
Uri Davis: In Search of the Abu Sitta Sword: An Easter Tale or a Passover Haggadah – An Eclectic Journal of a Convoluted Journey – In Search of a Sword Belonging to a 1948 Palestinian Refugee [pdf]
S. Purcell Woodard: “Overdose” (poem)
Iftekhar Sayeed: Freedom and Freedom [pdf]Theodore A. Harris: Drowning in Bones and Flames; Phoney War (Collages)
Jim Rogers : Copyright and the Erosion of Sovereignty: The Legal Shaping of the Music Industry
Jason Miller: Profit of Doom: Of Vampires, Parasites and the Demise of Capitalism
Michael Ray Fitzgerald: Imperialism for Dummies: A step-by-step program for exploitation & colonization
G.M. Tamás: A Capitalism Pure and Simple (from “East European Socialism” to Neo-Liberalism)
Special Section: San Francisco International Poetry Festival (July 27-29, 2007).
Francis Combes: Poetry in San Francisco. Poems by : Aharon Shabtai, Israel; Carmen Yanez, Chile/Spain; Anna Lombardo, Italy; Ferruccio Brugnaro, Italy; Cletus Nelson Nwadike, Nigeria/Sweden; Maram Al Masri, Syria; Sabah Muhsin Jasim, Iraq; Nicole Cage-Florentiny, Martinique; Sinan Gudzevic, Serbia/Croatia; Sotirios Pastakas, Greece; Bei Dao, China; Hanan Awwad, Palistine; Miguel Mendoza Barreto, Venezuela; Alberto Masala, Sardinia/Italy; Francis Combes, France.
Franck Laraque: Hundredth Anniversary of the Birth of Jacques Roumain
Jack Hirschman: The Autozobop Passport Arcane (poem)
Lawrence Ferlinghetti: Pity the Nation (pdf) : High Noon, Oaxaca (poems)
Markus Euskirchen, Henrik Lebuhn and Gene Ray: From Borderline to Borderland: The Changing Border Regime, Transnational Labor, and Migration Struggles in Europe
Maxima Kahn: paul -- (poem)
Radical Culture Research Collective: The Sublime Whiff of Criticality: On the Functions of Documenta
POETRY: Maria Fire: Two Estranged Sisters; devorah major: crossing land from on high; David Meltzer: Email is Where ; Leslie Simon: The People, Not the Public; Sarah Menefee: song; John O'Kane : The Day The Muse Died.
E. San Juan, Jr.: Antonio Gramsci’s Theory and Strategy of the "National Popular" and its Revolutionary Potential
Terence Cannon: Crossing Grove Street 1967 (novel excerpt) (pdf)
Jane Summer: Sentiments of a Spook
Renzo Llorente: Forays Beyond the PaleChris Wright: Reflections on the Question: "Is History Over?"
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