Tag: 84.1/2

Lois Roma-Deeley / Refugee Body

Refugee Body (published in NDQ 84.1/2) Lois Roma-Deeley If I could speak from the afterlife, my first words would be: the sea is harsh and unforgiving and I would tell you leave this city of tanks and guns—and everyone we’ve ever known. Our church will fill with soldiers. Women will

Yusuf Eradam / My Life=A Haiku: The Transnational Eco-Ecesis of an Anatolian Boy via Creativity in the Age of the Anthropocene

My Life=A Haiku: The Transnational Eco-Ecesis of an Anatolian Boy via Creativity in the Age of the Anthropocene (published in NDQ 84.1/2) Yusuf Eradam          PDF To my late cats Minnosh, Poe Yavri Mou, and the present ones Raki and Sharab If you understand others, you have

Cody Deitz / By That Spurious Lyricism: Translations of Three Poems by Alberto Girri

By That Spurious Lyricism: Translations of Three Poems by Alberto Girri (published in NDQ 84.1/2) Cody Deitz          PDF Alberto Girri (1919–1991) was an Argentine poet, journalist, and translator. Beyond the prolific body of his own poetry spanning some thirty volumes, Girri is perhaps best known for

Ute Kraidy / Frontera

Published in NDQ 84.1/2 Ute Kraidy holds a bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design from the Universidad de las Américas-Puebla, and a master’s degree in Journalism (Magazine Production) from the E. W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University. She has fifteen years of experience designing for the nonprofit, health, and

Kyle Conway / Modern Hospitality

Modern Hospitality (published in NDQ 84.1/2) Kyle Conway          PDF Few words are as potent as the two I have paired in the title to this essay. Yoked together, they’re explosive, a tinderbox and a match. And yet the first word calls out for the second. One

Marc-Antoine Frébutte / Balkan Beats: Migrations, Stories, and Memories

Balkan Beats: Migrations, Stories, and Memories (published in NDQ 84.1/2) Marc-Antoine Frébutte               PDF 1. Preface Since the refugee crisis began in the summer of 2015, hundreds of thousands of refugees have crossed the Middle East and the Balkans on their way to Northern and Western Europe

NDQ 84.1/2: Transnational

We are very pleased to open our autumn season of NDQ online by announcing the publication of a special print issue of NDQ titled Transnational.  This project was co-edited by Çiğdem Pala Mull, Sharon Carson, and Gayatri Devi.  Here is their opening collaborative essay explaining the intellectual energies shaping the issue. We’ll be

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