• If the Answer Is No One: Questions for Valeria Luiselli

    Andy Fitch turns the tables on Valeria Luiselli, and poses 40 questions to her 40 questions in "Tell Me How It Ends."

    Between Leisure and Labor: Talking to Mónica de la Torre

    Mónica de la Torre talks with Andy Fitch about the multilingualism in her poetry, its theatrical influences, and chairs.

    Intimacy Rich in Contrast to the Detached Blasts: Talking to Andrea Abi-Karam

    "You don’t need the approval of the canon’s ghosts or a publisher to convey daily reactions to encounters with systems of oppression."

    Putting People in Tires and into the Dashboard: Talking to Julio César Morales

    Andy Fitch interviews Julio César Morales on his art about the US-Mexico border.

    Empty Set: Talking to Verónica Gerber Bicecci

    Andy Fitch interviews Verónica Gerber Bicecci about her book "Empty Set," translated by Christina MacSweeney.

    Citizenship of Participation: Talking to Jose Antonio Vargas

    Andy Fitch talks to Jose Antonio Vargas, author of "Dear America: Notes of an Undocumented Citizen."

    The Computational and the Cognitive-Social: Talking to Rafael Pérez y Pérez

    Andy Fitch discusses trends in computer-generated narrative with Rafael Pérez y Pérez.

    Questions of Genre and Gender: Talking to Cristina Rivera Garza

    Andy Fitch interviews Cristina Rivera Garza about her novel "The Taiga Syndrome" (translated by Suzanne Jill Levine and Aviva Kana).

    Crew Members Actually Crying on Set: Talking to Armando Ibañez

    Andy Fitch talks to Latinx queer filmmaker Armando Ibañez about his web series, "Undocumented Tales."