Writing Intentions: Weekly Inspiration for Writers It is currently in its fourth year. We’re a weekly podcast for writers who love a unique blend of inspiration and real talk about the ups and downs of the writing life. Hosted by Brooke Warner of She Writes and Grant Faulkner of National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), each theme-focused chapter on Writing Minds features an interview with a writer, author, or publishing industry expert.
This week’s guests are moderators (and contributors). Letters to a writer of color. Hear the deeply insightful and inspiring origin story that led Deepa Anapara and Taymor Soomro to collaborate on their powerful anthology. Contributors to this collection include Keys Lehmann, Miriam Kurba, Madeleine Thien, Ingrid Rojas Contreras, and others. Our conversation this week discusses how writers of color write, speak, and translate their experiences, how writers can be assimilated and how they refuse to be assimilated, and the power of commonalities across experiences, even when those experiences are so diverse. . Not to be missed!
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Deepa Anapara Raised in Kerala in southern India, he worked as a journalist in cities including Mumbai and Delhi. His first novel, Djinn patrol the purple lineNamed one of the best books of the year The New York Times, The Washington Post, time, and NPR It won the Edgar Award for Best Novel, was longlisted for the Women’s Prize for Fiction, and was shortlisted for the JCP Prize for Indian Literature. Translated into more than twenty languages. Taimer Soomro Born in Lahore, Pakistan. He has worked as a corporate lawyer in London and Milan, as an agricultural estate manager in rural Pakistan, and as a promoter for a luxury fashion brand in London. His book of short stories has been published New Yorker, And he is the author of the novel Other names of love.
„Totalny pionier w sieci. Specjalista od piwa niezależny. Ewangelista popkultury. Miłośnik muzyki. Nieprzepraszający przedsiębiorca”.