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May 8th, 2023

On Inspiration and Identity — An Interview with Juhea Kim

by Andrea Färber

The first time I encountered the name ‘Juhea Kim’ was in the English section of my local bookstore. I know we’re not supposed to judge a book by its ...read the full piece >>


April 10th, 2023

Four Questions with Nzube Nlebedim: On Nigerian Fiction, Queer Afrophone Writings, and the Future of African Literary Magazines

by Sam Dapanas

Nzube Nlebedim is a Nigerian journalist, fictionist, essayist, poet, and editor from Lagos. He is the editor of Afrocritik, and founding ...read the full piece >>


March 27th, 2023

A Conversation With Cristina Loggia: Writer’s Block, Language Barriers, and Finding a Perfect Balance

by Asmi Aggarwal

In this interview conducted in written format, I had the chance of conversing with, Cristina Loggia, author of the spy thriller Lucifer's Game (2021). ...read the full piece >>


February 13th, 2023

On Language, Writing, Disability, and More — An Interview with Shahd Alshammari

by Ibrahim Fawzy

Shahd Alshammari is a Kuwaiti-Palestinian author and academic. She holds a PhD in English Literature from the University of Kent in England. ...read the full piece >>


January 30th, 2023

Finding Peace Within Chaos — An Interview with Author Shifra Steinberg on Her Debut Novel "Imaginary Order"

by Carolina Miniati

Before Shifra settled down in Manhattan to attend Columbia University, she lived in more places than most people visit in a lifetime. Her nomadic life ...read the full piece >>


October 3rd, 2022

Five Questions with Shawn Hoo: On Singaporean English, Writings from Asia’s Queer Mecca, and Ecopoetry

by Sam Dapanas

Shawn Hoo is the author of Of the Florids (2022), winner of the Diode Editions Chapbook Prize. A writer and editor from Singapore, his poems are ...read the full piece >>


May 16th, 2022

Four Questions with Therese Estacion: On Speculative Poetry, Writing with/about Disability, and Filipino-Canadian Literature

by Sam Dapanas

Therese Estacion is part of the Visayan diaspora community. She spent her childhood between Cebu and Gihulngan, two distinct islands found in the ...read the full piece >>


November 8th, 2021

Bridging Across Cultures and Languages — An Interview with the kollektiv sprachwechsel

by Filippo Bagnasco

In this interview, conducted in written form, I had the pleasure to talk to Ovid Pop and Laura M. Pana from the kollektiv sprachwechsel (engl.: ...read the full piece >>


October 11th, 2020

A Lover of Language and Place — An Interview with Ines Rodrigues

by Kathy Curto

Ines Rodrigues is a writer on the move. Even when she’s not. The self-proclaimed seeker of sights and wonders, all recorded on the captivating blog, ...read the full piece >>


July 27th, 2020

Writing Against Collective Amnesia: An Interview with Ha Jin

by Carolina Varga

Xuefei Jin, widely known by his pen name, Ha Jin, is a Chinese-American novelist, short story writer and poet. Ha Jin was born in China in 1956 and ...read the full piece >>
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