In this exclusive extract from Wasafiri 109, Adrija Dey interviews Sara Ahmed, discussing Ahmed’s experience of writing her book Complaint!, and the larger process of gathering testimonies, being a ‘feminist ear’, and working to advocate for others and oneself from an intersectional perspective.
In this exclusive extract from Wasafiri 109, Nat Raha, Sabah Choudrey, C N Lester, and Roz Kaveney discuss how in the face of racial capitalism, literature and community can act as a lifeline of connection and creative expression for trans and non binary people.
Heba Hayek is a London-based writer born and raised in Gaza, Palestine. In this extract from Sambac Beneath Unlikely Skies, a collection of vignettes of a girlhood spent growing up in Gaza, Hayek examines the weight of old memories and what it means to leave a place behind.
In April 2019, Charne Lavery and Isabel Hofmeyr took a ship to the Antarctic peninsula for a scientific conference. In this collaborative, reflective essay, they discuss their shared experiences of reading in Antarctica. An extract from Wasafiri 106.
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