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April 18th, 2022

Layla Sabourian: Building a Brighter Future from the Darkness of the Past

by Fayette Bruun

Born amid the disruption of the Iranian Revolution in a country where women have been systemically oppressed for decades, Layla uses her suffering to ...read the full piece >>


January 10th, 2022

At the Intersection of Human Rights and Literature — A Profile of Argentine-Chilean Writer Ariel Dorfman

by Margarita Beatriz Escobar

Ariel Dorfman is one of South America’s most successful and influential living authors. His legacy is one of both literary masterpieces and human ...read the full piece >>


December 6th, 2021

Writing as a Form of Healing for Scholar and Writer Narjes Azimi

by Lisa Schantl

Narjes Azimi grew up in the Middle East during a time of war and violence. After earning a BA and MA in English Language and Literature, she dropped ...read the full piece >>


July 13th, 2020

Indian Writer Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni and the Diasporic Conflict

by Ram Kulesh Thakur

Being in a very close contact with the Western countries for more than two centuries, it is natural for one to find ‘East meets West’ issues in Indian ...read the full piece >>


February 1st, 2019

In Conversation with Croatian Poet Iva Ticic

by Janna Brancolini

The word “passion” in English conjures different things for different readers. It can describe a feeling, a conviction, a state of inspiration. It can ...read the full piece >>

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