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Guernica / A Magazine of Art & Politics
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Guernica, your favorite free online magazine of art and politics, is back with our second annual print edition. Help make another year of free access to the best art, news, and criticism on the internet possible!

Check out our Kickstarter -- there are so many awesome prizes and awards, including stacks of books, personalized hangouts and shopping sprees with writers and editors, a writing workshop at Sackett Street Writers' Workshop, and more! 

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1174507037/guernica-annual-vol-2

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Our own Meakin Armstrong interviewed writer Etgar Keret. 

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Only 3.25 hours left to apply for an internship with Guernica! 

https://www.guernicamag.com/intern/
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A new issue of Guernica is live! In it: Gabrielle Bellot on coming out and living as a transgender woman; Kim Todd on reintroducing various animal species to the native habitats they've disappeared from; Justin Slaughter on Folk City: New York and the Folk Music Revival, an exhibit at the Museum of the City of New York; Israeli author Etgar Keret is interviewed by Guernica's fiction editor Meakin Armstrong; Sarah Stillman is interviewed by our own Alex Carp; fiction by Azareen Van der Vliet Oloomi and Rebecca Entel; poetry by Shayla Lawson and Kent Shaw.

www.guernicamag.com

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The borders between nations, on the map and in the mind, are more relevant than ever before. Guernica's special issue, Boundaries of Nations, is now open for submissions:

https://www.guernicamag.com/announcements/guernicas-2015-special-issues/

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Intern for Guernica!

Guernica is now accepting applications for our fall editorial internship program (September 1st to January 1st, 2015). Interns’ involvement with the magazine spans all stages of the production cycle. Primary responsibilities include copy-editing, fact-checking, web production, social media management, and occasional special projects. Writing for the magazine (Guernica Daily in particular) is encouraged. Interns work approximately fifteen hours per week (remotely for the most part) and are expected to attend editorial meetings, held on the second Tuesday of every month in NYC. Because we are an all-volunteer publication, internships are unpaid; however, they may be used for academic credit.

If you are interested in applying for the editorial internship, please submit a cover letter and résumé to internapplicants@guernicamag.com no later than August 20th, 2015. Applicants who interview for internships will be expected to complete a copy-editing test.

https://www.guernicamag.com/intern/

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"I met Johnny in the summer of 1976, the summer of Bicentennial celebrations. I was twenty-eight, newly out, high on the promise of the life ahead of me, and he was forty-nine, a drunk crumbling under the weight of previous disappointments. Naturally we met in a bar. It was a place where I’d had some luck meeting men, but from Johnny I didn’t get sex—I got stories." New fiction by Andrew Malan Milward:

https://www.guernicamag.com/fiction/the-americanist/

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Megan Alpert on the consequences of oil, development, and state intervention in an indigenous community.

https://www.guernicamag.com/daily/megan-alpert-justice-and-peace-in-the-shrinking-forest-part-two/

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"Our history has returned and it’s here to make money." James Orbeson on Hollywood's reboot obsession:

https://www.guernicamag.com/daily/james-orbesen-lets-party-like-its-1984/

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"More data has been created and stored since the turn of the millennium than in the entire history of humanity. Metaphors for information overload tend to fall into two categories: those that suggest addiction or lack of self-control, such as infomania, datamania, infobesity, databesity, dataholism, infostress, dataddiction, infovorism, datadithering, data dread; and those that suggest natural disaster, such as datanami, datageddon, dataclypse, data deluge, data smog, infoglut, information saturation, data swamp, drowning in data."

Paul Stephens on the poetics of information overload:

https://www.guernicamag.com/features/stars-in-my-pocket-like-bits-of-data/
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