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Lillian Pearce

Lillian Pearce is a rising sophomore from Richmond, MI. She is in the Residential College and studies both the Romance Languages and Literatures and Creative Writing. On-campus, she is a Daily Arts writer for the Michigan Daily. You can find her latest pieces here. She is thrilled to be part of the MQR team as their UROP student this year! You can find her on Twitter as @LillianHPearce.

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The Internal Truths of Writing: An Interview with Chace Morris/Mic Write

MQR’s Online Series, “Celebrating Writers in Our Community,” is inspired by our current, special-themed issue, “Why We Write.” The series of interviews celebrates the diversity of Southeast Michigan writers, their talents, their motivations for writing, and their significance to our community.  Chace Morris (aka Mic Write) is a poet/emcee/educator/ & lifelong Detroiter.  He is a …

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On Writing, Teaching and Believing in Your Story: An Interview with Jeff Kass

MQR’s Online Series, “Celebrating Writers in Our Community,” is inspired by our upcoming special-themed issue, “Why We Write.” The series of interviews is a celebration of the diversity of Southeast Michigan writers, their talents, their motivations for writing, and their significance to our community.  Jeff Kass teaches tenth-grade English and Creative Writing at Pioneer High …

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Creating Community: An Interview with Esperanza Cintrón

MQR’s Online Series, “Celebrating Writers in Our Community,” is inspired by our upcoming special-themed issue, “Why We Write.” The series of interviews is a celebration of the diversity of Southeast Michigan writers, their talents, their motivations for writing, and their significance to our community.  Esperanza Cintrón is the author of Shades, Detroit Love Stories, a …

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Writing as Remembrance, Negotiation, and Intention: An Interview with Tariq Luthun

MQR’s Online Series, “Celebrating Writers in Our Community,” is inspired by our special-themed Fall issue, “Why We Write,” coming October 1st. The interview series is a celebration of the diversity of Southeast Michigan writers, their talents, their motivations for writing, and their significance to our community.  Tariq Luthun is a Detroit-born Palestinian community organizer, data …

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Craft New Worlds: An Interview with Nadine MARS

MQR’s Online Series, “Celebrating Writers in Our Community,” is inspired by our upcoming special-themed issue, “Why We Write.” The series of interviews is a celebration of the diversity of Southeast Michigan writers, their talents, their motivations for writing, and their significance to our community.  Nadine “MARS” is a writer and cultural organizer born and raised …

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