The short piece ‘Pollen and Fragments: The Poetry and Beekeeping of A. Z. Abushâdy‘ with images from the eponymous series appears in the March 2020 issue of Cultural Politics, Volume 16, Issue 1.
Cultural Politics, published by Duke University Press, examines the political ramifications of global cultural productions across artistic and academic disciplines. Each issue features one or more pieces by visual artists.
‘The Sea Takes Up Residence in All Parts of the City’ (literary non-fiction) appears in Rusted Radishes, Issue 8: ‘Sea Change’ (Dec. 2019) with writing by Rabih Alameddine, Margo Berdeshevsky, Mario Jamal, Lisa Luxx, Riwa Roukoz, and artworks by Faig Ahmed, Chloe Hojeily, Hatem Imam, Abdul Rahman Katanani, Omar Khoury, Basir Mahmoud, Dala Nasser, Paris Petrides, and Jason Steel.
Rusted Radishes: Beirut Literary and Art Journal was founded by English Department faculty Rima Rantisi and Crystal Hoffman of the American University of Beirut in 2012 and publishes diverse work from Lebanon, bordering countries, the diaspora, and people connected to the MENA region.
Full Blede: Oct. 2019, Issue 10: THE UNDERTAKING: ‘Time Capsule’. (Literary non-fiction)
Full Blede: June 2019, Issue 9: THE CLEAVE: ‘Memento’. (Literary non-fiction)
Full Blede: Apr. 2019, Issue 8: THE INTERPENETRATE: ‘Hive Inspection’. (Literary non-fiction)
Full Blede: Jan. 2019, Issue 7: THE CONTINUANT: ‘Arrival’. (Literary non-fiction)
Full Blede is independently published, designed, edited, and curated by Sacha Baumann. Each issue features collaborators responding to a theme and launches in conjunction with an art reception at a selected Los Angeles gallery.
Stat®rec, Sept. 2019: ‘Micromanagement‘. Short fiction.
Stat®rec, May 2019: ‘The Bee Kingdom’. Outline of a work in progress.
Stat®rec (Statement of Record) is an online literary magazine.
Ping Pong, Nov. 2015: ‘Edham the Atheist (a fiction)’ – A lost manuscript, a walk in the heat, a nervous monologue, an imagined meeting. Short fiction.
Ping Pong is a literary journal of the Henry Miller Memorial Library, published in the spirit of Henry Miller, who championed the disregarded and the liminal.