The brainchild of Danny Snelson and Phoebe Springstubb, the young Aphasic Letters produces more interesting work than the vast majority of otherwise like-minded arts and literary institutions. Snelson and Springstubb – whose other endeavors find them wending through the Ontological Hysterical Thea
Writer, editor, translator and critic of books of fiction, art, culture, history and religion from the Middle East focusing on Iran, Lebanon, Turkey, Algeria, Palestine, Spain, Mexico and Latin America. Camacho is a Comparative Literature (Spanish, French, and Italian) graduate of UC Berkeley and cu
Thome is a sarcastic fellow that likes to consistently radiate with a healthy mix of wit and philosophical seriousness. He has submerged himself primarily in art history-based research and writing, curatorial studies and practices, gender theory, micro-blogging, and short story writing.
One of the most important Native American writers of the post-1968 generation, James Welch, to a large degree, established a genre. What he gave us was Native American Literature: literature unmistakably about Indian subjects, written by an Indian writer. His characters were never drawn from sensa