“jota de manila” and “i recognize the silhouette”

By Karina Fantillo
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Interviews

An interview with essayist Nina Sharma

Interviews

An interview with Ali El-Chaer

Interviews

A conversation with Weike Wang about humor, Joan is Okay, and writing.

Interviews

A conversation with the author of Disorientation.

Interviews

Relaunching the Black and Asian Feminist Solidarities column with a conversation with the author of Concentrate.

Interviews

Katrina Bello’s exquisite drawings of the vast and the miniscule in nature

Interviews

A spotlight on Deaf poet and Latina Sickle Cell Warrior Crystal Martinez

Interviews

Deaf poets and interpreters in conversation

Interviews

Former Open City Fellow Raad Rahman answers ten questions about her writing life

Interviews

Former Open City Fellow Nadia Misir answers thirteen questions about her writing life

Interviews

A conversation with Julie Otsuka

Interviews

The art of ancestral listening through batik

Interviews

A collage of conversations between Shruti Swamy and Meng Jin

Interviews

So much of art is speaking, but art can only be made by listening to the world around us, forming our own distinctive definitions of that world in tandem with what we learn and who we choose to look for.

Interviews

Former Open City Fellow Syma Mohammed answers ten questions about her writing life

Interviews

Deaf interpreters Xgamil Campos-Espinosa and Romduol Ngov in conversation

Interviews

The 2022 cohort of Open City fellows talks about the challenges and triumphs of a year of reporting

Interviews

A conversation with Jenny Xie

Interviews

Former Open City Fellow Mohamad Saleh answers ten questions about his writing life

Interviews

An interview with essayist Nina Sharma

Interviews

A conversation with Julie Otsuka

Interviews

An interview with Ali El-Chaer

Interviews

The art of ancestral listening through batik

Interviews

A conversation with Weike Wang about humor, Joan is Okay, and writing.

Interviews

A collage of conversations between Shruti Swamy and Meng Jin

Interviews

A conversation with the author of Disorientation.

Interviews

Relaunching the Black and Asian Feminist Solidarities column with a conversation with the author of Concentrate.

Interviews

So much of art is speaking, but art can only be made by listening to the world around us, forming our own distinctive definitions of that world in tandem with what we learn and who we choose to look for.

Interviews

Katrina Bello’s exquisite drawings of the vast and the miniscule in nature

Interviews

Former Open City Fellow Syma Mohammed answers ten questions about her writing life

Interviews

A spotlight on Deaf poet and Latina Sickle Cell Warrior Crystal Martinez

Interviews

Deaf interpreters Xgamil Campos-Espinosa and Romduol Ngov in conversation

Interviews

Deaf poets and interpreters in conversation

Interviews

The 2022 cohort of Open City fellows talks about the challenges and triumphs of a year of reporting

Interviews

Former Open City Fellow Raad Rahman answers ten questions about her writing life

Interviews

A conversation with Jenny Xie

Interviews

Former Open City Fellow Nadia Misir answers thirteen questions about her writing life

Interviews

Former Open City Fellow Mohamad Saleh answers ten questions about his writing life