“It’s not really about trauma—it’s about what it means to resurrect out of that.”
The world forgets us. The world does not see us. The world turns its back on us, Afghans.
What knowledge, beyond fluency, is required in acts of translation?
Why care so much for someone who hasn’t done the same for you? As a feminist offering to the project of abolition, Saidiya Hartman reflects, “Care is the antidote to violence.”
The author of the essay collection Brown Album on living in New York and searching for identity in exile during the worldwide pandemic.
‘In my sleep, I dreamt of how terrible it would be to not find my way home.’
The artist’s interactive graphic novel adaptation of Nam Le’s “The Boat” is an entry point to a conversation about refugees today
Allow yourself to be messy. Don’t try to fight writer’s block. These, and some other writing tips from author Eric Tang.