The only tragedy, they said, is life, and that is more than enough. Artwork by Evan Eisel.
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Commotion, a website connecting users with means of assisting refugees, reveals how technology both helps and hurts “caravanerxs.”
We Believe in Poetry and We Believe in Revolt A curated column with unique translations from rebel poets across the globe.
A user's guide to keeping your heart safe as everything falls apart.
"To return, /to the ground on which we lie/ contemplating the non-existence of the difference/ between the burning and the burned"
Listen to DJ Jay Simon’s Mix “Spirit” “To create a memory for someone is more important to me than making them dance.”
“you are pieces of fallen flesh/ runes that indicate a novel perception/ of evidence as rotten meaning”
“The rich may never have owned taste/ Yet we still stole that back from them”
“At the bleeding creek/ my back was to be loved by/ the bark of a sycamore tree.”
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