Cartoon: Saudi Arabia Elected to Women’s Rights Commission

Through backdoor deals, Saudi Arabia, the world’s most misogynistic regime, has been elected to the UN commission to protect women’s rights.

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The Luxury to Express One’s Feelings: An Interview with Housam Al-Mosilli

Syrian writer and ICORN writer-in-residence in Sweden Housam Al-Mosilli speaks about life in exile, his own writing, and Syria’s future.

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The Writer’s Block: A Q&A with Ekiwah Adler-Belendez

Mexican-American poet Ekiwah Adler-Belendez speaks about his obsessions, his revision process, and the ways that his life in a wheelchair has shaped his writing.

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Cartoon: Maduro

Protesters are jamming the streets of Caracas demanding elections and a return to democratic rule in Venezuela.

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Women Singing: An Issue of Religion or Politics?

“Under closer scrutiny it becomes obvious that this issue is more political than religious.”

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This is How I Remember It
by  / January 27, 2017
"This is how I remember it, Bisi. This is how you left me: you pulled on your dress. You slipped on your shoes. You grabbed your bag. You picked up your phone. You walked out of the door." Read more...
The Death of a Behavior Artist
by  / April 17, 2017
Remembering the life and legacy of "behavior artist" Yu Zhijian and the Mao Portrait Protesters who defied the Chinese Communist Party during the pro-democracy movement. Read more...
The Luxury to Express One’s Feelings: An Interview with Housam Al-Mosilli
by  / April 24, 2017
Syrian writer and ICORN writer-in-residence in Sweden Housam Al-Mosilli speaks about life in exile, his own writing, and Syria's future. Read more...
The Writer’s Block: A Q&A with Ekiwah Adler-Belendez
by  / April 21, 2017
Mexican-American poet Ekiwah Adler-Belendez speaks about his obsessions, his revision process, and the ways that his life in a wheelchair has shaped his writing. Read more...

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