Issue 210



Jeff Sparrow – Editorial
Alison Croggon
Rjurik Davidson


Aaron Bady
Zero dark Geronimo
The novel in the age of terror

Alyena Mohummadally
‘I thought I was the only one!’
CAL–Connections: On coming out queer and Muslim

Francesca Rendle-Short
Field guide to writing a father
On piecing together a relationship

Panagiotis Sotiris
The dark dawn of Greek neo-fascism
Nazism in the heart of Europe

Martin Kovan
The year of great burning
Tibet and the challenge of self-immolation

Kate Davison
My German question
Israel, Palestine and the German Left

Dean Biron
The aesthetics of conservatism
The case for uncomfortable art

Philip Mirowski, Jeremy Walker and Antoinette Abboud
Beyond denial
How environmentalists confront the wrong problem

Guy Rundle
Chaos and convergence
Why hacktivists and the Left need each other

Poetry Prize

Peter Minter – Judge’s report

Luke Fischer
First place

Fiona Hile
The owl of Lascaux
Second place

Myles Gough
The watchmaker’s wrath
Third place


Theresa Layton
The cartography of foxes

Andrés Vaccari
American djinn

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