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Guernica (magazine)

Summary
Guernica / A Magazine of Art and Politics is an online magazine that publishes art, photography, fiction, and poetry from around the world, along with nonfiction such as letters from abroad, investigative pieces, and opinion pieces on international affairs and U.S. domestic policy. It also publishes interviews and profiles of artists, writers, musicians, and political figures. Guernica Inc. has been a not-for-profit corporation since 2009.Guernica'''s stated mission is to publish works that explore "the crossroads between art and politics". According to Publishers Weekly, Guernica was founded in 2004 by Joel Whitney, Michael Archer, Josh Jones, and Elizabeth Onusko. National Book Foundation Director Lisa Lucas was the publisher of Guernica from June 2014 until February 2016. Lisa Factora-Borchers and Madhuri Sastry are the current Publishers, and Jina Moore is the current Editor-in-Chief. Awards and events In 2008, Okey Ndibe's "My Biafran Eyes" won a Best of the Web prize
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