An interview with Idra Novey, translator of Spanish and Portuguese literature and the author of the National Poetry Series-winning Exit, Civilian and novel Ways to Disappear.
By Shamar Hill
Writer Maggie Nelson talks to TBQ about The Argonauts and the intellectual, erotic, and personal experiences of writing autobiography and putting language to motherhood.
By Jennifer Doerr
TBQ interviews Kanya Balkrishna, co-founder of The Future Project, which "empowers the next generation to build the future, one dream at a time.”
By Rob Goodman
The members of Abounaddara talk to The Brooklyn Quarterly about Syrian dignity, Bashar al Assad’s propaganda, and their experience documenting the human side of war.
By Alex Mayyasi
How conceptual artist and photographer Sophia Wallace is reframing citizenship for women through the symbol of the clitoris.
By Rebecca Cheong
An interview with Robert Darnton, media scholar, professor, and director of the University Library at Harvard.
By Genevieve Bentz
Performance artist Ann Hirsch's works examine the framing of women’s bodies within mass media and how the Internet blurs the boundaries between performed and lived identities.
By Rachel Wetzler
The Brooklyn Quarterly talks with Markus Potter, director of 'Stalking the Bogeyman,' about theater, violence, and the dark side of humanity.
By Yaffa Fredrick
In conversation with Eula Biss about her book On Immunity: An Inoculation
By Jane Greenway Carr
What's it like to be a psychoanalyst? We ask five to explain.
By Jessica Gross and Kristin Oakley
The author of A Brief History of Seven Killings on what he's learned from Chekhov, geopolitical intrigue, and Bob Marley.
By Dan O'Donnell
In Conversation with Rebecca Solnit, the author of Infinite City, on cities, strangers, and making maps beautiful again.
By Anisse Gross