Monthly Archives: March 2012

Deported/a Dream Play–at the Boston Playwrights’ Theatre, Boston

Part traditional dance mixed with abstract movement, part exhibition of intricate lacework, part a sweeping melodrama spanning a cursed century for Armenians, part a cry for justice, part public relations and information project, Deported/A Dream Play is an attempt to … Continue reading

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Revisiting Palestine Festival of Literature 2011: the film, the essay

Murat Gökmen’s film on the Palestine Festival of Literature 2011 in on line, including footage from the last evening of the festival in Silwan.  Watch it at: * My essay on PalFest 2011, “Translating Palestine,” is in Jadaliyya. Here’s the … Continue reading

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Gaza Winter 2012

~~~Every once in a while, a photograph arrests me in my tracks, burns my eyes with its details, makes me digress in a million and one directions, from image to words and then back to image and so on for … Continue reading

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