From Anthropoetics, Ian Dennis (Ottawa): The Sexual Market: Three Romantic Moments; Dawn Perlmutter on the semiotics of honor killing and ritual murder; and Raoul Eshelman on performatism, Dexter, and the ethics of perpetration. From The New Yorker, James Surowiecki on what’s really going on in the negotiations on Greece and the euro; and what can be done about Bashar al-Assad? Slavoj Zizek and David Horowitz are the guests for the second episode of Julian Assange's interview show, "The World Tomorrow". Kate Bornstein's Amazing Voyage: America's gender outlaw takes us on a wild tour of trans-formation. Multiculturalism works: The concept is increasingly being called a "failure" — but in many places, it's thriving. A review of Talking to the Enemy: Violent Extremism, Sacred Values and What It Means to Be Human by Scott Atran. A review of Fug You: A History of the Counterculture by Ed Sanders. Somewhere along the line it became OK for politicians to ignore facts and present truth as the thing they want to be true — is it too late to restore sanity to political discourse? Joe Heath and Andrew Potter wonder.