This week, WARSCAPES presents:
Feroz Rather's urgent lyric essay, Why I Write explores exile, melancholy, violence, Kashmir, America and the act of writing itself.
In Compromising Iranian Cinema, Flavio Rizzo offers a fresh context for Oscar-winner, A Separation by cutting through the award frenzy and gushing critical praise.
In The Oppressive Silencing, Juliane Okot Bitek underscores the importance of grassroots activism around Joseph Kony, the LRA and Uganda's children before the KONY2012 saga.
Cliff Dwellers and Impact Area are poems about "collapsing distance, the moral distance of war and political violence..." by Harry Newman.
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