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On the Map 2021: Interview with Sarah BLAU, Israel

Sarah BLAU שהרה בלאו (fiction writer, playwright; Israel) has had her short stories published in many anthologies in Israel and...

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On the Map 2021: Interview with Edwige DRO, Côte d’Ivoire

Edwige DRO (translator, activist, writer; Côte d’Ivoire) is a co-founder of the collective Abidjan Lit and the founder of 1949, “...

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On the Map 2021: Interview with Muthi NHLEMA, Malawi

Muthi NHLEMA (fiction; Malawi) writes speculative fiction. His novella Ta O’reva was shortlisted for Best Novella at the...

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On the Map 2021: Interview with Imam BAKSH, Guyana

Imam BAKSH (storyteller, children’s book writer, teacher; Guyana) is the author of two award-winning Young Adult novels, The Dark...

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On the Map 2021: Interview with Diana DEL ÁNGEL, Mexico

Diana DEL ÁNGEL (fiction writer, journalist, poet, scholar, activist; Mexico) is the author of Vasija [Vessel] (2013), Procesos...

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On the Map 2021: Interview with Mae YWAY, Myanmar

MAE YWAY မယ်ယွေး (poet, scriptwriter, publisher; Myanmar) has been publishing her writing in periodicals and collections since...

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On the Map 2021: Interview with Dominika SŁOWIK, Poland

Dominika SŁOWIK (fiction writer; Poland) is the author of two novels, Atlas Doppelganger (2015), finalist for the 2016 Gdynia...

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On the Map 2021: Interview with Salha OBAID, UAE

Salha OBAID (fiction; UAE) published her first story collection, [Alzheimer],in 2010; it was followed by [Postman of Happiness] (...

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