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Articles by Signe Swanson

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Untitled Poem About Nazbol

Literary, Feb 09 2018

by Nikita Sungatov & translated from Russian by Signe Swanson

*** yekaterina volkova: singer, actress, former lover of eduard limonov back in his day he dedicated many poems to her they …

Week in Bittersweet Bites

News, Oct 20 2017

by Signe Swanson, Anna Hundert & Julia Tompkins

A Star Dies in “Holy Wood” Hugh Hefner is dead. He died of chronic old age on September 27 at the …

Breaking, Bread

How tradition dictates Russia's relationship to Belarus

Features, Oct 06 2017

by Signe Swanson

In Saint Petersburg, Russia, the words ‘traditional cuisine’ stand guard on so many restaurant signs. They are so pervasive that to …

Lost in the Mall

On the writer’s residency at the Mall of America

Arts, Apr 14 2017

by Signe Swanson & Will Weatherly

content warning: anti-Black policing “You'll need the tools for survival / And the medicine for the blues / Sweet treats and …

the girls who will train you

Literary, Apr 07 2017

by Signe Swanson

have red nails and paws. have straight hair and red aprons. are getting married. are twenty two. dropped out of beauty …

The Gilded Rule

Occult, Mar 10 2017

by Signe Swanson

content warning: racism, Nazism “Populists don’t need to be popular. They just have to take power by appealing to an exclusionary …

Week in Animal Disasters

News, Mar 03 2017

by Signe Swanson, Jack Brook & Sam Samore

NUCLEAR MELTDOWN IS (NOT) A BOAR It’s safe to say that the weather has been wrong these days on planet Earth. …

Vulgar in Vogue

A look at taste's effect on fashion

Arts, Oct 28 2016

by Signe Swanson

On October 13, curator Judith Clark and psychoanalyst Adam Phillips debuted their joint exhibit The Vulgar: Fashion Redefined at London’s Barbican …

Merchandising Venice

Selective revitalization of Providence's rivers

Metro, Oct 07 2016

by Signe Swanson

Photo fromProvidence, the Renaissance City Matthew “Marcello” Haynes’ dock sits across the canal from Memorial Boulevard, where the Providence River cleaves …