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January 17

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“The course of history does bend toward justice,
but it must be gripped hard by those who seek it.”
- Justin Sayre

In a few days, our great nation will officially put a man into office. We all know who that man is, and his name strikes great chords of fear and confusion within our democracy. But it is not his name we fear, it’s what he represents.

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January 11

We mourn the death of our friend and author Nat Hentoff, a great man, deeply principled, intolerant of intolerance.

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January 10

Ricardo Piglia, one of Argentina’s greatest writers, is dead. In 2013, we published Piglia’s afterword to Rodolfo Walsh’s Operation Massacre. It contains not only a penetrating analysis of Walsh’s book,

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December 20

by Derrick Jensen

When I find myself in times of trouble, I’m less interested in Mother Mary’s wisdom than I am in Joe Hill’s: Don’t mourn; organize.

There’s a sense in which Trump’s election is a surprise, similar to how we somehow seem to be continually surprised when easily predictable negative consequences of this way of life come to pass. So we’re surprised when bathing the world in insecticides somehow causes crashes in insect populations, when covering the world in endocrine disrupters somehow leads to the disruption of endocrine systems

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December 07
Drumroll please! The winner of the Center for Fiction’s 2016 First Novel Prize is . . . . . . .

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