Billy Jacobs Featured in the Evergreen Review

Five paintings by Billy Jacobs feature in the Evergreen Review's latest issue alongside an excerpt from Antoine Volodine's novel Lisbon, Last Frontier.

The Evergreen Review offers new writing and art from the cutting edges of culture, identity, and politics.  Inspired in part by Henry David Thoreau's blistering essay, "In Defense of John Brown," which is exactly as inflammatory as the title suggests, the current issue includes a span of work, both fiction and non-, that rejects accommodation and passive resistance to right-wing tyranny with impassioned, uncompromising political stances that land on the intersection of individual freedom and collective action.

More from the Evergreen Review can be found here.