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LEFT CURVE no. 35


Editorial

P. J. Laska: Nightfall for AWOL: The Dimming of the Dream & the Search for an Alternative

Laura Hudson: The Political Animal: Species-Being and Bare Life

Timothy Cook: Background Check (poem)

Ted Dace: Animals and Monsters

Maureen Wallner: Bandit (novel excerpt)

A. Clare Brandabur: The Year Without a Summer: Climate Change Past and Future

Pete Rugh: As If (poem);

Csaba Polony: Fenhofer's Beast (graphic)

"Let the Saint Automatons Work: Interview with St.Auby Tamás (translated from Hungarian by Csaba Polony) [pdf]

Dmytri Kleiner: The Telekommunist Manifesto (selections)

Surface Politics: Looking Beneath Aesthetics and Formalism (exhibit organized by Theodore A. Harris) [pdf]
Theodore A. Harris: Collage and Conflict: A Triptych Manifesto

Gene Ray: Adorno, Brecht and Debord: Three Models for Resisting the Capitalist Art System

Richard Gilman-Opalsky: Upheaval as Philosophy: Eleven Theses on Guy Debord [pdf]

E. San Juan, Jr.: Leading Filipino Writers in the U.S.: Fin-de-Siecle Notes on Carlos
Bulosan, Jose Garcia Villa, Jessica Hagedorn, and Bienvenido Santos

Changming Yuan: Post Modernization (poem)

Steve Redhead: Archaeology of the Future

Dominic Angerame: The Brutal Reality of Change (edited by Rebecca Bella) [pdf]

Antoinette Constable: Dresses for Sally (poem)

Susan Galleymore: "The same ground you walk on, we do too...", poet Tyeema, a student in the Palestine Education Project

Shoshana Madmoni-Gerber: Whitewashing History: Israeli Media and the Yemenite Babies Affair [pdf]

Revolutionary Poets Brigade: Mission Statement, Introduction and Selected Poems from the Revolutionary Poets Anthology by :
Najwan Darwish(Four Corpses), translated from Arabic by Kareem James Abu-Zeid ;
Dee Allen (Warning Signs)
Denize Lotu/ Denize Lauture (They Gripe They Gripe), translated from Haitian by Jack Hirschman
Ziba Karbassi (Writing Cells), translated from Farsi by Stephen Watts and the author
Miguel Robles (In the Shade of the Shadows), translated from Spanish by Virginia Barrett
Antonieta Villamil (E-mail from a Soldier Son to His Veteran Father)
Jon Michael Turner (Forgiven)
Fernando Rendón (River's End), translated from Spanish by Antonieta Villamil
Lauro Vazquez (Landscape With Bullet Wounds)

Dottie Payne: Review: The Arcanes by Jack Hirschman

William T. Hathaway: Radical Peace: People Refusing War

St.John Ó Donnabháin: The Struggle Against the Corrib Gas Pipeline: A Story of State and Corporate Corruption

David Brian Howard: PELADO

Delia D. Aguilar: Social Movements and the Academy

Harvey Whitney: Postmodernism, Corporatism and the Myth of Critical Thinking in the Human Disciplines

Ali Shehzad Zaidi: Rediscovering Thomas Paine and the Sacred Text of Nature [pdf]

Jack Hirschman: The Book of the Face Arcane (poem)

Contributors [pdf]


LEFT CURVE is published irregularly. Editor: Csaba Polony. Associate Editors: Jack Hirschman, P. J. Laska, Des McGuinness (Dublin, Ireland). Associates: Agneta Falk, Susan Gallerymore, John Hutnyk (UK), Richard Olsen, E. San Juan, Jr. Production and design: Csaba Polony. Indexed:Alternative Press Index and The Left Index. Available on microfilm from ProQuest (Alternative Press Microfilm Collection) 300 Zeeb Rd, Ann Arbor,MI, 48106. Member of the Council of Literary Magzines and Presses. Copy: $12 (Individuals), $20 (Institutions). Subscriptions: $35 (3 issues) Individuals. $50 Institutions. For overseas delivery: $9 USD (per issue). Send all letters, submissions, orders to: PO Box 472, Oakland, CA 94604.Email: editor@leftcurve.org Web: www.leftcurve.org © 2010 Left Curve Publications. ISSN: 0160-1857