The Brooklyn Rail is participating in the 2019 Venice Biennale
Darfuri immigrants in Brooklyn yearn and fight for the devastated region they left behind
Beneath this half-completed section of highway overpass on the dusty outskirts of Dakar, Moussa spreads his arms widely and raises them to the concrete slab above his head
Over fried pork chops one rainy April evening, at a Latin-Chinese restaurant at Broadway and 100th St., music producer Rene Lopez crystallized percussionist Manny Oquendos accomplishments.
Chris Markers Grin Without A Cat (Le Fond de LAir Est Rouge)
My father was an anthologist who published dozens of volumes on themes as diverse as eroticism, plants and cats.
David Neiwert, The Eliminationists: How Hate Talk Racialized the American Right (Pollpoint Press)
Loree Rackstraw, Love As Always, Kurt: Vonnegut As I Knew Him (Da Capo Press)
David Neiwert, Notes on Sontag (Princeton University Press)
Chris Killip, In Flagrante (Errata Editions)
Owning a car is an American birthright. It is the personalization of American power, prosperity, and autonomy.
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