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Winter 2012

Winter 2012

The Horn's Dilemma

Volume 88, Number 1

The Horn’s Dilemma: Mogadishu, Hargeisa, Dadaab, Nairobi, & Arusha

  • Jason Florio on facing Mogadishu
  • Tom Sleigh on Somalian refugees in Nairobi
  • Major Jackson’s poems on the Dadaab Refugee Camp
  • Tyler Stiem on Somalia’s struggle toward a democratic future
  • Elliott D. Woods on the Egyptian revolution
  • Anthony Ham on the Libyan revolution
  • Fiction by Daniel Alarcón and Ru Freeman
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Editor’s Desk

Reporting

Essays

Fiction

Poetry

Multimedia

Photography

Author Profiles

Major Jackson is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship, among other honors. He teaches at the University of Vermont and is the poetry editor of the Harvard Review. His latest book of poems is Roll Deep (Norton, 2015).

Tom Sleigh most recent volume of poetry is Space Walk. He teaches in the MFA Program at Hunter College. His essay “The Deeds,” from the Summer 2008 issue of VQR, was selected for Best American Travel Writing 2009.