This month Virginia Pye, our Special Projects Editor, interviewed Marjan Kamali about her writing process and how to tell stories of displacement and immigration.
Marjan, author of the forthcoming novel The Stationery Shop (June 2019) and Together Tea (2013), is originally from Iran, but has lived in seven countries. “The idea of home as a physical region,” Kamali says, “has always been at once a highly desirable and impossible concept for me…. I’m fascinated by the idea of home, why it matters, where it ends up being (for my characters it’s rarely a place). “
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- Marjan Kamali - May 16, 2019