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Editorial 28: Revenge

Welcome to #28: this is the REVENGE issue.

Revenge, as in:

to inflict punishment in return for injury or insult
to seek or take vengeance
spite, vindictiveness, retaliation



In this issue:

Haley Morris-Cafiero is this issue’s featured photographer, presenting work from her series Wait Watchers, which makes visible everyday hostilities directed at fat and other non-normative bodies in public. This interview is conducted by Jackie Wykes.

Sarah Kember presents an anonymous open letter about the discovery of life on Mars.

Katie Weldon interviews Mandi Morgan, a Vancouver-native and NFB/ONF employee in Montréal, with hopes of answering questions about the decline in viewership, and the best way to support Canadian filmmakers.

Moynan King considers a reading of Valerie Solanas’s SCUM Manifesto as a form of revenge – a performative speech act that reveals, and retaliates against, its genesis in misogynistic polemics throughout history.

Regular NMP contributor, Andrea Zeffiro, interviews Steph Ceraso about her ongoing audio project archiving the lived experiences of graduate student life.

Our next theme is USED, out September 1, 2013.

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NMP comes out every 2 months online, and bit later in print-on-demand. The ARCHIVE, HAUNTED and CRUSH issues will be available in p.o.d shortly.

As always, huge thank-you to our copy editor, Tamara Shepherd, p.o.d assistant Jayme L. Spinks, to all the NMP regulars, contributors past and future, and to readers and supporters of the project in so many ways.

Dear readers, we are still and always committed to bringing forward a thought-provoking journal bimonthly.

Mél Hogan & M-C MacPhee