The New Orleans Review calls Harold Jaffe’s Revolutionary Brain “an accessible read that offers neither authoritative explanations nor easy resolutions to today’s problems of digital overload; instead, the book, by its own example, attempts to illustrate how art and activism can shock us out of complacency.” Read the entire review, here: AdvertisementsRead More New Orleans Review Praises Revolutionary Brain
Harold Jaffe was recently interviewed by Joe Haske of Rampike Magazine. The following is to be published in September 2013: Joe Haske: You refer to the texts in Revolutionary Brain as “essays and quasi-essays.” I’ve read some of these texts previously in various journals where you have referred to them as “docufiction.” Could you describe your take on genre […]Read More Interview with Harold Jaffe, Forthcoming in Rampike, September 2013.
Dolphinlove It is reported that the world’s second tallest man, 7-foot-9 inches, has saved the life of a nearly extinct baiji dolphin in China by reaching deep into the stomach of a sick female baiji to extract several fragments of Styrofoam. The sickened dolphin washed ashore near the Yangtse port city of Wuhan. […]Read More Dolphinlove
Abductlove An Austrian teenager held captive for eight years in a dungeon-like room on the outskirts of Vienna says her captor, Wolfgang Priklopil, was part of her life and “in a certain way” she mourned his suicide. Eighteen-year-old Krista Ludwig is reported to have wept inconsolably when told that Priklopil killed himself. After Krista Ludwig […]Read More Abductlove