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Progress Report 2

Dear Friends, We are experiencing technical difficulties, and apologize for the delay in posting here! We were on a roll too, with our weekly essays from our excellent authors. But fear not, we’ll be back on track very soon, with essays from Ching-In Chen (a two parter), Jai Arun Ravine, book reviews by Craig Santos Read More …

Progress Report

Whew! Piece by piece, it looks like we are getting Doveglion off the ground! We thank our writers for building this momentum with their excellent work. Thomas Sayers Ellis once wrote, “Let the work network,” and in this, we are firm believers. That said, I wanted to say a couple of things about format, and Read More …

But how is this political?

Creative Commons logo Originally uploaded by AJC1 We just finished adding a Creative Commons license to Doveglion so that all present and future content will be available to anyone who needs it.  Making our content open is critical to Doveglion’s mission and, for me, one of our strongest political statements. Creating an environment where cheap Read More …

“A Country Called Doveglion”

When she accepted the PEN Oakland Josephine Miles National Literary Award for The Anchored Angel: Selected Writings by Jose Garcia Villa, poet and editor Eileen Tabios read from her remarks/notes: From the dregs of the failed revolution, from the household ruled by a wholesale mlb jerseys man living in the past, Villa came to claim Read More …

Manifesto

The Oxford English Dictionary definition of “manifesto” is as follows: manifesto, n. 1. a. A public declaration or proclamation, written or spoken; esp. a printed declaration, explanation, or justification of policy issued by a head of state, government, or political party or candidate, or any other individual or body of individuals of public relevance, as Read More …