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Summer 2010

Summer 2010

Inside Iran

Volume 86, Number 3

• A Special Portfolio of Iranian Writers
• Anthony Ham on the town disappearing into the Sahara
• Kelly Hearn on Peru’s Tiananmen
• Matt Donovan on the Trinity nuclear bomb test
• Fiction by William Malatinsky
• Poetry by Adrienne Rich, William Kloefkorn, and Temple Cone

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Summer 2010, Inside Iran

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Inside Iran: Introduction

What is the genesis of art in a repressive society? In Iran, repression has ruled in one form or another for the last half century and still, the voice of the people rings out around it. As Iran’s recent manifestations of state power take a brazen and unapologetic turn, the creative spirit of the populace has come forth—in poetry, comics, music and prose, blogs, and photography—its pulse beating strongly amid the bloodshed.

Ashes

Poetry

Criticism

Author Profiles

Adrienne Rich’s most recent books of poetry are Telephone Ringing in the Labyrinth and The School Among the Ruins. She edited Muriel Rukeyser’s Selected Poems for the Library of America.

Anthony Ham is a Madrid-based freelance writer and photographer with a special interest in the Sahara and Sahel.