Two Poems Read by Ekiwah Adler-Belendez

Mexican-American poet Ekiwah Adler-Belendez reads two of his poems as part of City of Asylum’s annual Jazz Poetry Month.

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The Writer’s Block: An Q&A with Clayton Eshleman

Poet and translator Clayton Eshleman discusses the influence of his wife, Caryl, on his revision process, and his challenges with crafting and conserving voice in translation.

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Censored Sounds: Mikhail Borzykin and Televizor

Throughout his decades-long musical career, Mikhail Borzykin has spoken out against oppressive forces in Russia and used his rock music as resistance.

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The Writer’s Block: A Q&A with Sjón

Sampsonia Way talks with Icelandic author Sjón about translation, point of view, and his revision process in his writing.

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The Writer’s Block: A Q&A with Cartoonist Vilma Vargas

Vilma Vargas’s politically charged cartoons have drawn criticism from Raphael Correa’s regime, and last May an exhibition of her work was censored by Ecuador’s cultural organization.

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Two Poems Read by Ekiwah Adler-Belendez
Mexican-American poet Ekiwah Adler-Belendez reads two of his poems as part of City of Asylum's annual Jazz Poetry Month.
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