John W. W. Zeiser

John W. W. Zeiser is a poet, journalist, and critic. He lives in Los Angeles.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Beyond “Carceral Capitalism”

In "Carceral Capitalism," Wang’s essays set up the abolition of the carceral state as one of the key moral battles of this century....


Et in Arcadia Ego

How did René Descartes produce "cheap lives"? John W. W. Zeiser on "A History of the World in Seven Cheap Things."...


Bae Suah’s Narrative Collapse

The recently translated “A Greater Music” by Bae Suah is a dreamy time-warp of a novel that complicates our relationship with reality....


Beyond the Biopic

In an age where every other movie seems to be based on a "true" story or on the life of some revered leader, "Red Rosa" stands out as a way to do biography right....


Secrets and Lies

Kim came to the DPRK to escape her sorrows. But she should have known that a place with such systemic problems could not possibly offer her solace....


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