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Fall 2017

Isobel O’Hare: “Lately I’ve been thinking about the weaponization of language, of the shift in meaning that has occurred in our usage of certain words. Now, only those who point out legitimate problems are bitter, to say nothing of the bitterness (and fear) of those who would shut such people down. Individuals who report harassment are labeled ugly, to say nothing of the ugliness of abuse, of misogyny, of transmisogyny,…

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Summer 2017

When Isobel O’Hare asked me if I’d like to co-edit a journal with a Cocteau Twins-esque aesthetic, I accepted without hesitation. I’ve been a fan ever since I heard their cover of “Frosty the Snowman” come on the holiday Muzak while I was working a college retail job and went on a quest to seek out their catalogue.  The band has a sound like no other, and their lyrics range…

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