Between July 18 and July 25, the 2020 digital iteration of the Cathay Arts Festival will include free access to two dance performances by Taiwan’s Cloud Gate Dance Theatre, one of them the career retrospective of its founder, the poet, dancer, and choreographer LIN Hwai-min (IWP’70).
Etgar KERET (IWP ‘01) is among the thirty international storytellers commissioned for New York Times’ extravagantly designed “COVID Decameron” issue.
And We Came Outside and Saw the Stars Again, the first English-language international pandemic anthology, features writing by IWP alumni Eavan BOLAND (’79), Eduardo HALFÓN (’11), Shenaz PATEL (’16) and Gábor SZÁNTÓ (’03), among many other colleagues.
The Atlas of Lost Beliefs, the 8th poetry volume of Ranjit HOSKOTE (IWP ‘ 95), a distinguished poet, essayist, translator, scholar, and curator based in Mumbai, has just come out from Arc Publications (UK).
In the Summer 2020 issue of World Literature Today, Gianni SKARAGAS (IWP '08) writes about returning home to Greece in the time of the pandemic to be "a son to his mother."