S3 E7: Moving Through Cities and Sentences

10 Mar 2022
S3 E7: Moving Through Cities and Sentences

In our seventh episode, Cape Town-based writer, editor and lecturer Masande Ntshanga interviews Renee Gladman, an American writer and artist.

Masande asks Renee about her Ravicka novels (Dorothy, a publishing project), Samuel R. Delany, experimental poets, drawing and writing cities, her forthcoming book about Black futurity, Plans for Sentences (Wave Books), and what it means to be a Black person writing.

In this episode we stand in solidarity with renowned Belarusian philosopher Uladzimir Mackievič. On 17 February it was reported that he had ended his hunger strike, but he remains in pre-trial detention in Minsk.  You can read more about his case here:  https://pen-international.org/news/belarus-philosopher-uladzimir-mackievic-on-hunger-strike

This is the final episode of Season Three. We’re taking a break and will be back with Season Four. Stay tuned!

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