A Writer in Exile: Marcia Tiburi

This is the first of two segments featuring Marcia Tiburi. The following interview is an introduction to her life as a writer, scholar, and activist. For the second segment, read the English-translated excerpt of her philosophical treatise […]

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Freedom to Be Heard

  One evening this past February, five female authors of color — Naima Coster, Cristina García, Crystal Hana Kim, Wayétu Moore, and Shobha Rao — gathered on the Alphabet City stage for an event titled “Beyond […]

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Completing a Circle: An Interview with Idra Novey

It’s not a thriller or a who-done-it. Everyone knows what the crime is, and everyone knows who committed it. The novel is about concealed knowledge, how we become what we carry undeclared.

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To Witness Unto Myself: An Interview with Jericho Brown

There’s the facts, and then there’s the truth

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Free Speech Cannot Serve Against Freedom: An Interview with Zineb el Rhazoui

Having survived a dictatorship, exile, and constant threats to her life, the French-Moroccan journalist is not interested in anything less than liberty.

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  • Freedom to Be Heard

      One evening this past February, five female authors of color — Naima Coster, Cristina García, Crystal Hana Kim, Wayétu Moore, and Shobha Rao — gathered on the Alphabet City stage for an event titled “Beyond […]

    Read more...