Saturday 17 November 2018

New issue: 2018.47

“I’ve been locked up (for disturbing the peace in Detroit) and I know you got to disturb the peace when you can’t get no peace. Jail is hell to be in. I’m going to see her free if there is any justice in our courts, not because I believe in communism, but because she’s a Black woman and she wants freedom for Black people.”

—Aretha Franklin (on posting bail for Angela Davis in 1970)

 [ Issue 2018.47; Cover art © 2018 Saleha Chowdhury ]

Issue 2018.47

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    Djibril said...

    Hayley Stone’s “Results of Your Quiz: Which Survivor of the Trojan War Are You?” is briefly discussed—in the context of a more in-depth analysis of Katharine Viola's illustration—in this piece on crafting in Eidolon, a magazine of classical receptions.