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
Gentrification and The Atlanta Way: Filmmaker King Williams on his documentary debut, a look at housing policy in Atlanta from the 1996 Olympics to the aftermath of the recession.
A Bloomsday conversation with Joyce scholar Kevin Birmingham on The Most Dangerous Book.
By Allison Adair
Baratunde Thurston opens up about connectivity, Cultivated Wit, and advice to up-and-coming entrepreneurs.
By Ami Cholia
An interview with Sharon Marcus of Public Books about translation and transnational discourse.
By Jane Carr
Stefania Heim, author of A Table that Goes on for Miles, speaks with TBQ editor Jane Carr
TBQ talks to tech entrepreneur Juliana Rotich about the next great innovators.
By Meredith Turits
TBQ sits down with the visual artist to talk about portraiture and the state of contemporary art.
By Kayla Tanenbaum
Alexia Nader interviews the founders of the Progressive Change Campaign Committee (PCCC).
By Alexia Nader
TBQ interviews Brooklyn activist Ora Wise TBQ: How did you get involved in Between the Door and the Street? ORA WISE: It was very serendipitous. For the past six years, I’ve been the director of education at Kolot Chayeinu in Park Slope. At the moment I heard about Between the
An interview with MSNBC's Chris Hayes on his best-selling Twilight of the Elites