“jota de manila” and “i recognize the silhouette”

By Karina Fantillo
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Marginalia

Mit Jai Inn’s sculptural paintings thrive in abstractions and calculated ambiguity

Essays

Neil Doloricon’s art centered farmers, workers, underground revolutionaries, and those on the margins

Marginalia

Su Yu-Xin’s paintings and mixed media pieces

Essays

A notebook on alchemy, memory, and sensation

Marginalia

Satsuki Shibuya’s “Zuihitsu: Peaceful” and “Zuihitsu: Fiery”

Marginalia

Following the brush

Marginalia

Nearly 30 years after its birth, reproductive justice remains a fundamental feminist framework addressing issues of bodily autonomy, equity, and liberation.

Interviews

So much of art is speaking, but art can only be made by listening to the world around us, forming our own distinctive definitions of that world in tandem with what we learn and who we choose to look for.

Marginalia

Artist Efvan’s portraits and vignettes of Uyghur life

Marginalia

Guest editors Munawwar Abdulla and Rahima Mahmut reflect on hope and persistence in East Turkistan, in time for Nowruz.

Fiction

Astrological insights from twelve of our most recent flash stories

Marginalia

These writers elegize and scrutinize the liminal spaces between taste, smell, and image, between individual truth and collective meaning-making

Essays

Twenty-one writers interpret the genre

Marginalia

Poets share what draws them to the genre

Marginalia

Recipes, essays, cookbooks, poems, and more that have changed the way we approach food

Marginalia

Tomie Arai’s “The Shape of Me”

Interviews

So much of art is speaking, but art can only be made by listening to the world around us, forming our own distinctive definitions of that world in tandem with what we learn and who we choose to look for.

Marginalia

Mit Jai Inn’s sculptural paintings thrive in abstractions and calculated ambiguity

Marginalia

Artist Efvan’s portraits and vignettes of Uyghur life

Marginalia

Guest editors Munawwar Abdulla and Rahima Mahmut reflect on hope and persistence in East Turkistan, in time for Nowruz.

Essays

Neil Doloricon’s art centered farmers, workers, underground revolutionaries, and those on the margins

Fiction

Astrological insights from twelve of our most recent flash stories

Marginalia

Su Yu-Xin’s paintings and mixed media pieces

Marginalia

These writers elegize and scrutinize the liminal spaces between taste, smell, and image, between individual truth and collective meaning-making

Essays

A notebook on alchemy, memory, and sensation

Essays

Twenty-one writers interpret the genre

Marginalia

Satsuki Shibuya’s “Zuihitsu: Peaceful” and “Zuihitsu: Fiery”

Marginalia

Poets share what draws them to the genre

Marginalia

Following the brush

Marginalia

Recipes, essays, cookbooks, poems, and more that have changed the way we approach food

Marginalia

Nearly 30 years after its birth, reproductive justice remains a fundamental feminist framework addressing issues of bodily autonomy, equity, and liberation.

Marginalia

Tomie Arai’s “The Shape of Me”