Elizabeth Murray and Jessica Hagedorn discuss ordinary objects, domestic novels, and what it means to be feminist.
In these wild and crazy times, what exactly does it mean to “come of age in America”—especially when you’re from Hawai’i?
Interior of an empty nightclub. Mid-afternoon.
Novelist, playwright, and MacArthur Genius Grant recipient Han Ong has a lively discussion with Jessica Hagedorn about the marginalization of artists of color, his childhood in Manila, and his rapid rise to fame.