• Cartoon: There's No Place Like Rome
    Cartoon: There’s No Place Like Rome

    American artist Mike Flugennock illustrates a well-known symbol of solidarity in this curated cartoon. Over the last week, protesters flooded Rome’s streets in reaction to sweeping economic reforms recommended by Italy’s Prime Minister Matteo Renzi.

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  • Moniro Ravanipour
    Readings at City of Asylum: Q&A with Moniro Ravanipour

    On March 7, 2014, Moniro Ravanipour read from her work-in-progress and subsequently answered questions posed by audience members at the City of Asylum. In this Q&A on Sampsonia Way, Moniro explains her writing style, the journey to America, her thoughts on the “sound” of English vs. Farsi, and she divulges her secret to publishing in Iran.

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  • Religious Conflict _ CAR
    Cartoon: Religious Conflict

    Today’s curated cartoon on Sampsonia Way Magazine was created by “Dr. Meddy” of Tanzania. He provides an interpretation of the recent humanitarian disaster, religious conflict, and internecine fighting within the Central African Republic (CAR).

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  • Cartoon: Free Twitter
    Cartoon: Free Twitter

    The Constitutional court in Turkey ruled PM Erdogan’s actions illegal, after the two week period in which he banned Twitter. In today’s curated cartoon, Artist Osvaldo Gutierrez depicts the iconic social media symbol escaping its former clutches.

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  • Cuban-Newrrative
    A Reading at City of Asylum: Generation Zero

    January 31, 2014 marked the launch of Sampsonia Way’s first anthology Generation Zero: An Anthology of New Cuban Fiction. In this video, Pittsburgh’s Josh Raulerson (WESA) as well as American novelist and college professor Angie Cruz read from the new release.

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