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I know this dream like the lines of my hand: a spark, unplanned.
The pilgrims come every day, all of them the same: ducking underneath the garage door before it’s settled into its cradle up. . .
A devout child, at the age of five she was praying in her church in Córdoba when she heard beautiful, ethereal. . .
In its present composition, the new-meat dream will let us down.
On the colonial roots of postcolonial violence.
On the radical facticity of The Copenhagen Trilogy.