Doveglion is live.

Looking to advance conversation amongst political artists, promote quality literature, and respect the roots of orature, Barbara and I have set up a new imprint: Doveglion Press.

Barb’s first post Manifesto is already generating some nice discussion which is exactly what we’re looking for.  I hear so many opinions about the state of political art in the United States today but I don’t see enough of them posted in public forums. Maybe it’s because a lot of these forums mistake “public” for “completely open without regard to anyone’s feelings” and “free speech” as “you can say whatever hateful/ignorant thing comes to mind.”  Here is where curatorship is not just a CV line but an actually service to your community. However you define community.