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When a #Kindergarten in #Germany says “No Indian Costumes” there’s a fuss, but Natives were ignored for years…

 

 

 

 

 

 

During this time of heightened interest and yelling about challenges to #Indianer costumes and Cultural Appropriation of #NativeAmericans in #Germany. Here are a few links to Red Haircrow’s past articles, interviews and/or commentary on these and related topics. INSTAGRAM post.

Photos are from the print version article received from stern for contribution to the article, “Im Wilden Osten” (2015). Original photos by Jen Osborne.

More links and articles are listed at website https://redhaircrow.com/articles/.

Book Launch July 5, 2018 in #Berlin- “Geschichte Schreiben” or “Writing History”

180621_Neue Rundschau_01Two of my poems, “The Color of Your Skin” and “Threatened by Beads” are included in this anthology of essays, art, poetry and more. First appearing in Red Ink International Journal’s special issue, Standing With Standing Rock (December 2016), my work was translated to German for this edition of Neue Rundschau, published by S. Fischer Verlag.

From the Facebook event page: Publication Launch of “Writing History”. Edited by Sharon Dodua Otoo and Manuela Bauche, who have asked writers, artists and academics about their vision of “writing history” for the latest edition of the magazine Neue Rundschau (S. Fischer Verlag).  As part of the symposium: “New Perspectives”. More information and registration details are available at the Xartsplitta website.

Synopsis: “Hegemonic historiographies – such as those about colonialism – are increasingly beginning to falter, are being rewritten and reperspectived. However, this does not happen by itself, but is also driven by the year-long struggles of activists, such as initiatives of Black people and other People of Colour. How can history be told differently? Is historical injustice comparable? Can history not also be decentered and complex?


Publikations-Launch von “Geschichte Schreiben”. Hg. von Sharon Dodua Otoo und Manuela Bauche. Im Rahmen des Symposiums: “Neue Perspektiven”
(www.xartsplitta.net/symposium-neue-perspektiven/)

“Hegemoniale Geschichtserzählungen – etwa über den Kolonialismus – geraten zuletzt zunehmend ins Wanken, werden umgeschrieben und neu perspektiviert. Das geschieht aber nicht von selbst, sondern wird auch durch die jahrelangen Kämpfe von Aktivist*innen, beispielsweise Initiativen Schwarzer Menschen und weiterer People of Colour, vorangetrieben. Wie lässt sich Geschichte anders schreiben? Ist historisches Unrecht vergleichbar? Lässt sich Geschichte nicht auch dezentriert und komplex erzählen?”

Näheres unter: www.xartsplitta.net/launch-geschichte-schreiben/

Informationen zur Anmeldung: www.xartsplitta.net/anmeldung_symposium/

Now *PRE-ORDER* Assaracus Issue 09: A Journal of Gay Poetry

 

Assaracus (ISSN 2159-0478), a quarterly journal of gay poetry and one of Library Journal’s “Best New Magazines,” features a substantial collection of work by a small number of established and emerging gay poets. The magazine is book-length (120+ pages) and perfect-bound.

Issue 09 of Assaracus features poetry by Jeremy Brunger, Timothy Connor Dailey, Aaron DeLee, Red Haircrow, Andrew Ketcham, Thomas March, Rajiv Mohabir, Seth Pennington, Douglas Ray, Jason Roush, and James J. Siegel. This issue features cover art by Phillip Wade.

Publication Date: January 10, 2013. Pre-orders ship one week before release date.

 

About Sibling Rivalry Press…

Founded in 2010, Sibling Rivalry Press is an independent publishing house based just outside of Little Rock, Arkansas, in the small town of Alexander. Our mission is to promote new, emerging, and established literary talent, particularly those writers who don’t fit into the mainstream. We believe in literary rock stars.

Sibling Rivalry Press is proud to be the home of Assaracus, the world’s only print journal of gay male poetry and one of Library Journal‘s “Best New Magazines.” Several Sibling Rivalry Press titles have been honored by the American Library Association through its “Over the Rainbow” list of recommended LGBT reading, including Ocean Vuong’s Burnings, Kevin Simmonds’ Collective Brightness: LGBTIQ Poets and Faith, Religion & Spirituality, and Bryan Borland’s My Life as Adam. While we champion our LGBTIQ authors and artists, we are an inclusive publishing house and welcome all authors, artists, and readers regardless of sexual orientation or identity.

For more on our authors, click here.

My Poetry in Assaracus Magazine, Issue 9 from Sibling Rivalry Press Coming Jan 10th, 2013

Publishing on January 10th 2013, a few days after I turn 41, my poetry will appear starting on page 41 of Assaracus Magazine, Issue 9. I consider that a good sign for the coming year.

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“BEST NEW MAGAZINE” – LIBRARY JOURNAL (May 2012):

“…Sibling Rivalry Press is publishing well-wrought, challenging literature that provides deep insight into the broad range of emotional experiences of being gay…”

Assaracus: A Journal of Gay Poetry
ISSN: 2159-0478
Bryan Borland, Publisher/Editor
Seth Pennington, Associate Editor
Published in January, April, July, October
http://siblingrivalrypress.com/assaracus/

Assaracus is the only print journal in the world dedicated to poetry of gay men. Each issue of Assaracus features a substantial portfolio of work by ten-to-twelve emerging or established gay poets.

SUBSCRIBE TO ASSARACUS OR PURCHASE ISSUES (PRE-ORDER OPTION STARTS NEXT WEEK!)

SUBSCRIBE TO ASSARACUS: Readers worldwide can subscribe to receive a year of Assaracus. Unless you specify otherwise, your subscription begins with our current issue. Subscription price is $50.00 for US readers and $80.00 for international readers (including shipping), which buys you four book-length (120+ pages), perfect-bound issues of our grand stage for gay contemporary poetry. To subscribe to Assaracus, click HERE.

Purchase Individual or Back Issues: Assaracus is available from our online store, online retailers such as Amazon and Barnes and Noble, and several independent bookstores (like Giovanni’s Room in Philadelphia and Proud in Rehoboth Beach).

Libraries: Subscribe to Assaracus through our online store or your preferred subscription service (EBSCO, etc.). Purchase individual issues or back issues through our online store or Ingram’s wholesale channels.

Bookstores: Email us at info@siblingrivalrypress.com for wholesale rates or standing orders. All titles are returnable.

ISSUE 09 (January 2013 – COMING SOON)
Jeremy Brunger, Timothy Connor Dailey, Aaron DeLee, Red Haircrow, Andrew Ketcham, Thomas March, Rajiv Mohabir, Seth Pennington, Douglas Ray, Jason Roush, James J. Siegel.