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Marcos Gonsalez
Marcos Gonsalez is a queer Mexican Puerto Rican essayist, critic, and assistant professor of literature living in New York City. His debut book of autotheory, Pedro’s Theory, was published in 2021, and has been reviewed by The New York Times and Kirkus, and nominated for a Brooklyn Public Library Literary Prize. Gonsalez’s essays can be found or are forthcoming at The New Inquiry, Public Books, Literary Hub, Los Angeles Review of Books, Ploughshares, Catapult, and elsewhere. Gonsalez is currently researching and working on a full-length book study on the writings and cultural impact of queer Latinx theorist and performance studies scholar, José Esteban Muñoz.

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The Obelisk of Loisaida

Essay

November 2021

Marcos Gonsalez

Essay

November 2021

The Luxor Obelisks stood in Ancient Egypt for thousands of years. A symmetrical pair, they were designed to mirror each other, twin columns of...

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Issue No. 13

Writers from the Old Days

Enrique Vila-Matas

TR. J. S. Tennant

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Issue No. 13

Augusto Monterroso wrote that sooner or later the Latin American writer faces three possible fates: exile, imprisonment or burial....

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May 2016

Postcard from Istanbul

Sydney Ribot

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May 2016

    Saturday       On March 19, at 1 p.m. in a café off Turnacibaşı St., an...

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June 2012

'The Freedom of Speech Itself', or the betrayal of the voice

Lorena Muñoz-Alonso

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June 2012

‘The instability of an accent, its borrowed and hybridised phonetic form, is testimony not to someone’s origins but only...

 

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