America: does America like war?
N ° 12 - Winter 2020
This winter, America is asking itself a burning topical question: does America love war? In this 12th issue, find the testimonies of three veterans who became writers - Tim O'Brien, Kevin Powers, Elliot Ackerman - while James Ellroy returns to his country's unique relationship with the war and Don Winslow deciphers the war on drugs , this other conflict delivered by the United States on its own territory. Another highlight of this new opus: a 22-page interview with Margaret Atwood. Pioneer of dystopian literature, the author of De La Servante Écarlate addresses the themes that run through all of her work: feminism, the environmental crisis, the failure of democracies, the world that awaits us… As a bonus, America publishes an investigation into American penal policy by Philippe Coste, a bias by Art Spiegelman on the golden age of the Marvel universe, a focus on Ernest Hemingway and For Whom the Bell Tolls and a report in Seattle by Lola Lafon.