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Their 17 contributions are as diverse as their own lives have been, and yet hold just as many themes in common.” The press release added: “These essays reveal moments of uncertainty, resilience in the face of trauma, and a re-imagining of identity, forming a compelling look at what it means to be forced to leave home and find a place of refuge.” In a recent book review The Economist praised Maaza’s essay in the book noting: “The outstanding piece is by Maaza Mengiste, an Ethiopian-American who gives a lyrical, erudite and unsettling reflection on refugees as Lazarus figures whose existence is forever defined by a single miracle.” In 2016 Maaza Mengiste was also one of the featured speakers at PEN World Voices Festival panel discussion in NYC hosted by PEN America highlighting “the responsibility of writers in humanitarian crises” such as what’s taking in many parts of the world today.
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The New York Times The Mysterious ‘Parking Lot Attendant’ at the Center of a Web of Intrigue At the start of Nafkote Tamirat’s debut novel, “The Parking Lot Attendant,” the narrator — a 17-year-old girl who is never named — has recently arrived with her father on the remote subtropical island of B—, where they’ve found uneasy refuge in a commune.
They’ve fled some unspecified trouble in Boston, but the trouble seems to have followed them. She’s miserable and ill at ease, which seems reasonable under the circumstances.
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Her father is pensive by nature and uncomfortable around other people, and while there’s good will on both sides, his rapport with his daughter is far from effortless. After an awkward encounter with an irritating new monk at their church, he starts skipping services in favor of a weekly brunch with his daughter, and their conversations over eggs and pancakes take on a deep importance to her: “Only at brunch could I see him as someone who would stay.
At all other times, I prepared myself for his inevitable departure, after which there would be no more parents: I would be alone.” Read more » — Join the conversation on Twitter and Facebook.
This isn’t the Kiriku Brothers first time on television.Which is necessary if you’re going to be pulling off the crazy stunts these kids were performing.” The culture editor of the website added: “One of the most memorable and unique performances on Season 3 of Little Big Shots is delivered by the Kiriku Brothers.