Cameron Finch and Yelena Moskovich sit down to discuss conformity, rebellion, post-soviet diaspora, the textures of ideology, writing queer desire, the trauma of flight, and much more.
No matter the genre, we have become known for curating boundary-pushing writers and for our fiercely punk DIY aesthetic.
The Netherlands Carillon can only be understood against a background of two nations trying to reinvent themselves during the Cold War.
In this latest installment of our Small Press Series for MQR Online, Archipelago’s editorial and development associate Emma Raddatz shares the ins and outs of working at a small press, why translations are so necessary in the American literary landscape, and recommends upcoming titles from the Archipelago catalogue.
“Work on good prose has three steps: a musical phase when it is composed, an architectonic one when it is built, & a textile one when it is woven.” These words come from the brain of 20th-century philosopher and cultural critic, Walter Benjamin. But they’ve been reimagined by Vermont-based artist and author Frances Cannon. In …