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Amanda Muñiz on Ephemerality, and Having Pockets Full of Sand

Amanda Muñiz on Ephemerality, and Having Pockets Full of Sand

An interview with Amanda Muñiz from The Write Stuff series: Amanda Muñiz is a Mexican writer born in Puebla and raised in Oakland, California. She majored in English…

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Quiet Lightning / literary mixtape curated by Rhea Dhanbhoora & Mahdis Marzooghian

Quiet Lightning / literary mixtape curated by Rhea Dhanbhoora & Mahdis Marzooghian

Quiet Lightning presents a literary mixtape curated by Rhea Dhanbhoora & Mahdis Marzooghian, held virtually on Monday, August 2, 2021, with readings/performance by (in the following order): Ashley Mayne » Amanda…

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Better Ancestors: Valentina De Roca Fuerte, Kelechi Ubozoh, ASHA, Lourdes Figueroa & Teju Adisa-Farrar

Better Ancestors: Valentina De Roca Fuerte, Kelechi Ubozoh, ASHA, Lourdes Figueroa & Teju Adisa-Farrar

Quiet Lightning hosted the third Better Ancestors, a quarterly series showcasing writers of color, with a virtual event on Monday, July 5, 2021. Hosted by Christine No and featuring,…

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Joy Lanzendorfer on Saying Something About Life and What It Means to Be Human

James Morehead on Doing the Right Thing When No One Else Will

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Jessica Barksdale on Finding the Joys in the Quotidian

Joan Steinau Lester on Defining Yourself in a Powerful Tone

Quiet Lightning / literary mixtape curated by Kevin Dublin & Antony Fangary

Matthew Clark Davison on the Desire to Know and Be Known

Better Ancestors: Kai Sugioka-Stone, Amanda Muñiz, Isabelle Khoo-Miller, Arlene Biala & Melissa Merin

Corey Ruzicano on Being in Community with People of All Kinds of Perspectives

Hazel White on Articulating Something with Enough Registers that Language Becomes an Event

Chun Yu on Being Completely at Ease, Loving Others and Yourself

Ori Gutin on Having a Sense that What You Do Every Day Has Some Greater Meaning than Just Your Own Human Existence