by Jeff Bond It’s interesting to Dorothy that she saw Bill’s wife get killed. She was at a dress store, Stephanie’s, looking for something to wear to a friend’s wedding, still a few weeks off, but she hadn’t found anything … Continued
Monthly Archives: May 2020
Savage Pageant is a profound work of care that insists on our becoming involved in the face of historic and continued harm—because, in fact, there is no way to extricate ourselves.
In this journey, Nye demands the reader pay attention to Gaza, understand life from a Palestinian perspective, and join her in witness.