“Even under the blockade, it made us feel as a part of the world,” says one writer and translator about the cultural significance of the demolished store.
While mainstream publishers wage internal wars, a new upstart threatens to import online polarization into the print sphere
The potential for importing internet and cable news level divisiveness into publishing appears more dangerous than the tradition of publishing across the political spectrum.
The implications of the vote go to the heart of the difficulties in standing up to major corporations while promoting worker safety and humane working conditions.
Simon & Schuster cancels book by Senator Josh Hawley after “dangerous insurrection” in Washington, D.C.
One of America’s largest publishers has decided to step away from publishing a forthcoming work by the pugilistic Misouri senator.
A volume of essays by and about the radical Black thinker Angela Davis deals with her time in U.S. prison and has disturbing relevance today.
Poet and editor Kathryn Mockler’s latest project is an online call to arms around the ongoing climate emergency.
Former Parliamentary Poet Laureate George Elliott Clarke provides an incisive critique of pernicious historical acts of racial burlesque.