Interview

A Poet is born a Politician: Interview with Colombian poet Fernando Rendón

The constitution of an alliance of poets, writers, artists and thinkers is essential to defend life on the planet, threatened…

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African author speaks about miserable aspects of life and society

Seydou says, “I evoke many themes in my books including illegal immigration, global warming, prostitution, pregnancies in schools, corruption…” Stefania…

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Through the Glass Ceiling, and Beyond

Her career in astronomy began in 1951, when Ye, then in her early 20s, joined the Shanghai Astronomy Observatory. It…

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The Poetry of Radical Female Fighters

In this interview, conducted via email, Kandasamy discusses the stakes of translation, decolonization, and the process of writing a long-form…

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Enslaved Women as American Revolutionaries

A specialist in the studies of slavery, the Civil War and Reconstruction, and women’s history, Cook-Bell tells in her book…

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India: Educational institutions are turning language into tool of discrimination

To say that Hindi should be purged of the words of Urdu and regional languages is an asinine idea. By…

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Rita Kothari feels contemporary India is depressing

I do not feel that linguistic diversity is easy to kill or diminish in India. Language as a site of…

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Poet George Wallace: I still dream in Korean!

I begin writing without knowing what I am going to write about Interview by Ashraf Aboul-Yazid Eminent American poet George…

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