Making art during a pandemic also clarifies your work, in the way that uncertainty strips away the unnecessary so you can focus on the essential.
“It feels like you have crossed a river you cannot cross back again”
The morning I was hit by a bicycle was the last time Ma asked me to do an errand before she left us to work in another country.
A Filipina nurse’s family life during the pandemic in New York City
You want more than the count of their lives lost
A manifesto for the post-pandemic reemergence of ‘Old New York’
A Muslim Hospital Chaplain Struggles with Faith Amid the Pandemic
The author of the essay collection Brown Album on living in New York and searching for identity in exile during the worldwide pandemic.
A New York writer shares her tale to demystify the virus, to show people that someone they knew had it and survived, and to offer hope.