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You can check these out today! WASHINGTON, D.C. Library of Congress The Future Is a Country I Do Not Live in by Cynthia Buiza (poetry) Close Apart by Robert Cowan (poetry) Shellback by Jeanne-Marie Osterman (poetry) Wanna Peek Into My Notebook? by Barbara Jane Reyes (essays) Seven Skirts by Jacki Rigoni (poetry) The Good Mother…
Humanity in Tambara Journal
Evasco, Marjorie. “Book Review: Tabios, Eileen (ed). 2018. Humanity: An anthology Vol.1. California: Paloma Press. 210 pages.” Tambara: A Journal on the Humanities and Social Sciences, vol. 35, no. 1, June 2018, pp. 81-84. Excerpts: Twenty articles, including Tabios’s rather lengthy interview-conversation with John Bloomberg-Rissman on the poetics of arduity, constitute the anthology’s reach, offering…
Humanity (free to read)
In 2018, we released the anthology, Humanity, which featured 22 authors who are also professionals from various disciplines. In light of the current pandemic, we are making Humanity available to read online for free. Click here to start reading. In HUMANITY, one is presented with humanity’s explorations, often struggles, with itself in a variety of…
Marjorie Evasco reviews Humanity
Of sheer necessity, books with huge titles often beg for ways of qualifying its high purpose, and this anthology offers that frame in the editor’s introduction… continue reading. (Read Eileen Tabios’ Introduction to Humanity)
A Conversation on Humanity
This Sunday at Bird & Beckett Books! “What, in this human condition, is worthwhile?” A reading and conversation with St. Helena-based author Eileen Tabios, Mumbai-based author Murzban Shroff, and New York-based author Robert Cowan. 10/20 at 2pm, 653 Chenery St SF This event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments and wine will…
Book review: Humanity
“As I write this review more than a million school children all over the world, following the example set by the Swedish schoolgirl, Greta Thunberg, are staging protests to call for urgent action to combat climate change…” Read the full review here.
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