Tesla’s Farewell: A Poem By Tarık Günersel

PEN Turkey President Tarik Günersel imagines the voice of Serbian-American inventor Nikola Tesla.


The Beautiful Love Story of Liu Xiaobo and Liu Xia 

Tienchi Martin-Liao describes the tragic love story of two real-life Chinese human rights activists, separated by a cruel dictatorship, through their beautiful poetry.


Null and Void: Kenya’s Court Verdict on Presidential Election Dispute

In unprecedented move, Kenyan Supreme Court nullifies incumbent president Uhuru Kenyatta’s victory in presidential election.


Repressive bodies attack, send a message of fear to human rights defenders

Dina Meza writes about the police violence experienced by students at the National Autonomous University of Honduras.


Cuerpos represivos atacan, mandan un mensaje de miedo a defensores de derechos humanos

Dina Meza escribe sobre la resistencia de estudiantes en Honduras, y la represión de defensores de derechos humanos, en su columna esta mes.

I Will Raise My Hand and Be Heard: An Interview with Porochista Khakpour
by  / June 30, 2017
Porochista Khakpour talks with Sampsonia Way Magazine about crafting her characters, her own identity, and her thoughts on the use of fabulism and absurdity as a means of political resistance. Read more...
On Writing a Futurespeak: An Interview with Dawn Lundy Martin
by  / September 27, 2017
Dawn Lundy Martin is interested in the ways that language is a time traveller- how it lives in the past and present, and how it can be used to create a future to live within. She [...] Read more...

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