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2019 alum Cleyvis Natera has a new essay up on Cupcakes & Cashmere! You can read “White Supremacy is Not Just an American Problem – It’s a Global Pandemic” here.
You can read “Dispatch from a Pandemic – Brooklyn” by Sofi Stambo at Another Chicago Magazine. Sofi won the DISQUIET Prize in Fiction in 2015.
We’re thrilled to learn that Vanessa Chan, a 2019 alum who was shortlisted for the Disquiet Prize in fiction, has been announced as a new Fiction Editor at TriQuarterly! Congratulations, Vanessa!
Check out travel writer Thomas Swick’s piece on Pessoa, Lisbon, and visiting Disquiet 2019 at Lithub!
DISQUIET guest Carter Sickels (author of The Prettiest Star) recently published a great piece in The Atlantic: “Being Trans Shouldn’t Exclude Me From Health Laws.” Don’t miss it!
You can find one of Carter’s short stories, “Wildlife,” in the Guernica archives.
Ananda Lima, a 2020 Lusa-American Fellow, has been awarded the 2020 Newfound Prose Prize! Her chapbook “Tropicália” will be published by Newfound in the spring of 2021. Congratulations, Ananda!