Peter Laarman: Raboteau’s prose is spare and elegant, and the book will be instructive even for people who think they know all they need to about the members of this Magnificent Seven.
Bill Meyer: Leftists for years made the distinction between wars initiated by the oppressor and those by the oppressed, capitalist wars and wars of liberation.
Bill Meyer: There are many films about Palestinians, specifically Gazans, who somehow find creative cultural diversions from the death and destruction their land has been facing from the Israeli Occupation.
Bill Meyer: The Journey is an imagined dialog when Sinn Fein leader Martin McGuinness and staunch British loyalist Rev. Ian Paisley ended up in a car traveling to Paisley’s anniversary party.
Bill Meyer: Neruda is a multi-layered, creative “anti-biopic” shunning all conventions while raising the bar for experimental storytelling.