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John W. W. Zeiser

John W. W. Zeiser is a poet, critic, and frequent contributor to the Los Angeles Review of Books.

Once More to the Breach

As we slide towards the latest installment of the War on Terror™, it’s worth remembering we’ve been here before, traversing the same discursive terrain about the merits of war against a country that starts with the letters I-R-A-. Not only has very little changed, this new gearing up for war and the discourses surrounding it are direct consequences of the failure in 2002 of the US left to base its anti-war resistance on a moral foundation distinct from the logic of empire

The Pandemics of Interpretation

Everything seems the same. But as I get to the front door I know something is different.


The Brooklyn Rail

JUL-AUG 2020

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