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September/October 2007
Owen Fiss, Luis Moreno-Ocampo and Jenny Martinez on international criminal courts; Nir Rosen examines the plight of displaced Iraqis. Fiction by K. J. Bishoppoems by Mary Jo Bang and Roberto Bolaño; Alan Stone reviews Werner Herzog’s Rescue Dawn.  

How Can International Courts Serve Justice?

Within Reach of the State
Owen Fiss
The ICC’s Chief Prosecutor Responds
Luis Moreno-Ocampo
Slave Trade on Trial
Jenny S. Martinez


No Going Back
Little relief in sight for millions of displaced Iraqis
Nir Rosen
How growing old shapes aesthetic vision
Nicholas Delbanco


The Art of Dying
K.J. Bishop

On Film

Unbeatable Odds
Werner Herzog’s Rescue Dawn
Alan A. Stone

On Poetry

Poet’s Sampler
Introduced by Claudia Keelan
Matt Shears
Frederick Seidel’s Ooga-Booga
Celia Bland
Fault Lines
Ben Lerner’s Angle of Yaw and Sarah Manguso’s Siste Viator
Craig Morgan Teicher
Capital Truths
Giles Goodland’s Capital
Geoffrey G. O’Brien


Your Worship
Val Vinokur
Mary Jo Bang
The Essence
Mary Jo Bang
Edip Cansever
My Life in the Tubes of Survival
Roberto Bolaño
Evening Apparition
James McCorkle

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