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In this podcast, Amy Wright reads poems from her forthcoming collection, The Garden Will Give You A Fat Lip, and sheds some light ...
Éireann Lorsung is a writer of poems, essays and fiction based in Ghent, Belgium. Her current bodies of work are about femininity...
Duriel E. Harris is a black feminist artist, poet and performer based in Bloomington, Illinois, who has been heralded as one of th...
In this One World Café podcast, Shana Thornton talks with Claire Hart about reshaping memories, strong female characters, militar...
Ching-In Chen is an Asian-American poet and community organiser, who is the author of "The Heart's Traffic" (Arktoi/Red Hen Press,...
Jonterri Gadson´s poems uncover moments in female consciousness whose existence we often don´t want to admit to ourselves. In th...
Tamiko Beyer is an Asian-American poet and activist. In this podcast she reads from We Come Elemental, her forthcoming poetry coll...
In this podcast hairdresser-turned-humanitarian-turned-novelist Deborah Rodriguez shares her experiences of living and working in ...
Claire Hart interviews KMA Sullivan, poet and publisher at YesYes Books, an independent publishing company which seeks to bring po...
Melanie Graham reads from her poetry collection Murderabelia and speaks with Claire Hart about the idea of conveying violence thro...
San Francisco based short fiction writer Catherine Brady reads from her award-winning collection, Curled in the Bed of Love, and d...
Colombian writer of creative non-fiction, Adriana Pàramo reads from her recently published book Looking for Esperanza, which won ...
In this OWC podcast, Claire talks to Tracy Chiles McGhee, founder of Womanifesting—WOMA—who shares some inspirational insights...
[mp3player width=239 height=336 config=one-world-cafe.xml playlist=carolina_de_robertis.xml] Carolina de Robertis is a passionate ...
Podcast & Book Giveaway: Rachel Richardson reads from her collection of poems Copperhead and talks with Claire Hart about nostalgi...