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Our contributor Emily Walters talks to author Ennatu Domingo about the recent publication of her new book, Burnt Eucalyptus Wood, adoption and a nomadic sense of being, the centrality of language to identity, filmic narrative structures and the power of nostalgia in Ethiopian culture.
Read More “In conversation with Ennatu Domingo: ‘To belong somewhere new, you have to feel at peace with the place you left behind’”
Acclaimed author Savala Nolan talks to Hannah Hutchings-Georgiou about her latest collection of essays, Don’t Let It Get You Down (The Indigo Press), navigating interstitial spaces and identities, the ubiquity of violence to women, imagination as a vital tool to access African American history and life writing as a form of cartography for readers.
Read More “An Interview with acclaimed author Savala Nolan: ‘Liminality gives me a sense of having multiple passports. It renders me a kind of polyglot and translator’”
Our writer, Sammy Weaver, talks to poet, essayist and zine-maker, Nina Mingya Powles, about her recent poetry collection, Magnolia, 木蘭, formal techniques and writing, cooking as creativity, Anne Carson as inspiration and her upcoming book, Small Bodies of Water.
Read More “Interview with prize-winning writer, Nina Mingya Powles: ‘I tend to think of poems as physical objects’”
Vivian Gornick’s latest collection of essays on literature, culture and feminism demonstrates the power of the voice in personal journalism.
Read More “Taking A Long Look: an exhilarating journey through Vivian Gornick’s criticism”