Dilruba Ahmed, Jessica Alexander, Francisco Aragón, Fred Arroyo, Kate Berson, Bruce Bond, Laura Bylenok, Laton Carter, Darin Ciccotelli, Peter Cole, Cristina Correa, Ricardo Cortez Cruz, Molly Damm, Markus Dickinson, Carolina Ebeid, Juliana Aragón Fatula, Guillermo Galindo, Steve Gehrke, Stephen D. Gibson, Susan Goslee, Michael Klauke, Toni Mirosevich, Stephen-Paul Martin, Donald Platt, Alejandro Ramirez, Natalie Scenters-Zapico, Natalia Treviño, Joshua Unikel, James Wells
This issue of Western Humanities Review comes to you from the future.
Careful readers of our cover and masthead will notice that some glitch has occurred, perhaps a space-time accident triggered by one of Stephen-Paul Martin’s characters, who’s bodyhacked him- or herself into the virtual geography of our computers. In any case, what’s happened here is much more serious than those ontological wobbles we sometimes experience crossing time zones while jetting cross-continent.
You are back there in summer 2016, and, yes, you’re hearing our voices here, speaking with fierceness and urgency and tenderness, with a certain liberation and melancholy and hope characteristic of that time, your time, not so different from our own….