On Sundays, I post a lot of links to things I think are worth reading, almost always from the previous week, and in exactly no particular order. I try not to link to the NY Times or other huge MSM outlets, and I mostly succeed. Click through, and look for something you weren’t looking for.
- Cairo, Hers Again: excerpt from Ahdaf Soueif’s book about Cairo and the Egyptian revolution.
- The Aesthetics of Authority
- On Laura Stephen, family ties, and madness
- Where They At: New Orleans Hip-Hop and Bounce in Words and Pictures.
- The Poor Storm: Ending mass Incarceration in America
- Tribalism in the Arabian Peninsula: It’s A Family Affair
- The ‘football riot’ in Egypt and Egypt Soccer Protests Challenge Military Regime
- “I’m afraid the masquerade is over and so is love, and so is love”
- Digesting East Kalimantan literature
- In Which Anonymous Infiltrates a Confidential Conference Call
- Six Arab Novelists on Why They Write
- Empire Bakuba – “Kwasa Kwasa,” Syllart Production
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