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February 5th, 2024

Becoming Global in English: An Interview with Bruna Dantas Lobato

by Ines Rodrigues

When we did this interview, Bruna Dantas Lobato was in a celebratory mood. Our conversation happened a few days after she got the National Book Prize ...read the full piece >>


January 22nd, 2024

The Ungrateful Refugee’s Voice: An Interview with Dina Nayeri

by Viktoriia Medvied

Dina Nayeri is an Iranian-American novelist, essayist, short-story writer, author of two novels and two books of creative nonfiction ( Who Gets ...read the full piece >>


December 27th, 2023

An Interview with Catarina Letria on History-Writing, English as a Lingua Franca, and Literary Fiction

by Elnura Huseynova

I first met award-winning fiction author Catarina Letria in Budapest during the first semester of the History in the Public Sphere program (HIPS), ...read the full piece >>


November 20th, 2023

Out of the Imagination, Into the Real World: An Interview with Vanesa Erjavec

by Dolores Hunsky

The anthology Tinted Trails: Exploring Writings in English as a Second Language has been published and anyone who has seen it knows that it looks as ...read the full piece >>


October 9th, 2023

Writing Sudan: An Interview with Sudanese Writer Reem Gaafar on her Debut Novel "A Mouth Full of Salt"

by Ibrahim Fawzy

Sudanese author Reem Gaafar won the 2023 Island Prize for her debut novel A Mouth Full of Salt , becoming the first Sudanese writer to win the prize. ...read the full piece >>


September 11th, 2023

Varying On Points, Skirting All Canons: Hideko Sueoka on Poetry-as-Sound and the Japanese Anglophone Poet

by Sam Dapanas

Hideko Sueoka is the author of Untouched Landscape (Clare Songbirds Publishing House, 2018) and translator of Shigeichi Nagano: Magazine Work 60s ...read the full piece >>


July 31st, 2023

The Inevitability of Spring — An Interview with Mohamed Tonsy

by Tim Tim Cheng

I knew Mohamed Tonsy's novel would be important to me the moment I read its title: You Must Believe in Spring . Spring, as in a transitional season, ...read the full piece >>


July 17th, 2023

Khadija A. Bajaber on the inheritance of story-telling, translating culture in fiction, and how reading impacts writing

by Wambui Waldhauser

Khadija Abdalla Bajaber is a Kenyan writer and the author of The House of Rust which won the inaugural Graywolf Press Africa Prize and The Ursula K. ...read the full piece >>


June 19th, 2023

Six Questions with Masande Ngcali Ntshanga: On Post-Apartheid Literature, the Afrofuturist Novel, and Publishing in South Africa

by Sam Dapanas

Masande Ngcali Ntshanga is a South African novelist, fictionist, poet, editor, and publisher. He has authored two novels— The Reactive (Cape Town: ...read the full piece >>


May 22nd, 2023

Belonging to a Collage: An Interview with Marjorie Agosín

by Dolores Hunsky

Tint Journal is about to release their first anthology Tinted Trails: Exploring Writings in English as a Second Language and I have had the ...read the full piece >>
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