my tongue is my language
—Christian Vistan & Elisa Ferrari
Issue 3.42 (Fall 2020): Translingual features poetry, compositions, and soundings by Oana Avasilichioaei, Tatum Howey, Dallas Hunt, Klara du Plessis, Amal Rana, Sophie Seita, Sho Sugita, June Tang, and Christian Vistan & Elisa Ferrari; essays by Nicole Raziya Fong and Fan Wu on reading and writing in translingual modes; a conversation between Klara du Plessis and Sophie Seita on the porosity of working adjacent to languages; and Clint Burnham’s interview with artist Mark Igloliorte on the function and form of the kayak. The art in this issue disrupts inherited narratives and features work by Damla Tamer, Siku Allooloo, Chantal Gibson, and Mark Igloliorte. With reviews by Hagere Selam “shimby” Zegeye-Gebrehiwot on Manuel Axel Strain’s exhibition Needed Medicine, Jessie Loyer on Lindsay Nixon’s nîtisânak, Khashayar Mohammadi on Klara du Plessis’s Hell Light Flesh, and Matea Kulic & Leah Sharzer on Danielle LaFrance’s JUST LIKE I LIKE IT.