AYA OSUGA A. was born in Japan and raised in Los Angeles. She received a degree in computer science from Yale University, where she also had the privilege of studying under influential novelists. Her first publication appeared in McSweeney’s. She left a career in banking
ELISA ALBERT is the author of the story collection How This Night Is Different (2006) and the novels After Birth (2015) and The Book of Dahlia (2008). Her fiction and essays have appeared in The New York Times, Tin House, The Guardian, Time, The Literary
SELMA ASOTIĆ is a bilingual poet from Sarajevo. Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in EuropeNow, The Well Review, and Tinderbox Poetry Journal. She is the co-founder and co-editor of BONA, a Sarajevo-based magazine for feminist theory and art. She is currently pursuing an
Purchase MQR 57:6 (Spring 2019) — our special issue on Iran — in print or as a downloadable PDF. ___________________________________________________________________________________ SALAR ABDOH |THE ALCOVE | translation, |LIES, FAME, MEMORY, ILLNESS, AND THE THEATER OF REZA ABDOH | essay, |BEDTIME | translation, |THE INGRID BERGMAN PRINCIPLE | translation SALAR ABDOH
Meet the contributors of MQR 57:4, our special issue dedicated to Caregiving.