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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’”
In ‘S c r a p e of time’ and ‘Womb Dream’, Laetitia Erskine takes a vivid dive into the sounds and rhythms of memory and dreamscapes, all the way back to the womb itself.
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Maria Stepanova’s memoir, translated from the Russian by Sasha Dugdale, weaves together storytelling, culture, art, and philosophy to form a mosaic image of her family’s history.
Read More “In Memory of Memory: the fragmented story of a family’s century”