Tag: Daily

Shahbaz Taseer: “How Could I Live Anywhere Else?”

September 2016

Farhad Mirza interviews Shahbaz Taseer about his experience as a captive between two battlefronts, and how his faith gave him the hope he needed to survive.

Tana Wojczuk: The Vanity of Crowds

August 2016

Shakespeare warned against treating democracy as a popularity contest.

Liza St. James: The Limitlessness of International Literature

August 2016

An interview with Adam Z. Levy and Ashley Nelson Levy, the founders of Transit Books on the power of literary translation to bridge cultural divides.

Kristina Tate: Fools Wedding

August 2016

An unplanned New York City wedding left to theatrical chance by the Dzieci Theatre Company goes off with all the hitches.

Daniel Nima Moattar: After the War

May 2016

The liberals who endorsed the war in Iraq now labor to whitewash its legacy.

Elisa Gabbert: Can Ideas Withstand Shifts in Language?

March 2016

Future of Language: Considering the Sapir-Whorf hypothesis for translation, emoji, and pop culture.

Mattea Kramer: Killing Someone Else’s Beloved

March 2016

Promoting the American Way of War in Campaign 2016.

Mark Engler & Paul Engler: Three Times When the World Broke Open — and Two When It Might Again

March 2016

In Praise of Impractical Movements

Lo Mei Wa: Letter to a Future Daughter on the Occasion of the “Fishball Revolution”

February 2016

When Hong Kong used to be home

Bill McKibben: Exxon’s Never-Ending Big Dig

February 2016

Flooding the Earth With Fossil Fuels

Erica Berry: Postcards from Munich

February 2016

On the front lines of Europe’s immigration crisis

Sara Majka: Maureen

February 2016

Flash Fiction: That morning Maureen could tell her ex-husband had been drinking, but still, she helped her daughter into her coat and went back upstairs.

Matt Huynh: Drawing Between the Lines

October 2015

Occupy Wall Street artist pens interactive online comic about Vietnamese refugees

Karen Benke: Reviving The Lost Art of Letter Writing

September 2015

“The radical creative act of freeing the inner, and outer, child.”

Melissa Febos: Scarification

September 2015

The winning entry of the 2015 Center for Women Writers Prize in Creative Nonfiction