Challenging Dominant Narratives with Alexandra Fuller

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Alexandra Fuller Interview

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Alexandra Fuller Interview Synopsis

Today’s episode brings us to a highway in the Midwest, USA, where Alexandra Fuller speaks with us about challenging dominant narratives and about her experience as Guest Editor for the Best American Travel Writing 2019

Alexandra Fuller is an award-winning writer whose books include Don’t Let’s Go to the Dogs Tonight (2001), Cocktail Hour Under The Tree of Forgetfulness (2011), Scribbling the Cat: Travels with an African Soldier (2014), and Travel Light, Move Fast (2019). She’s written for publications like The New Yorker, National Geographic, and Granta to name a few.

In the interview, we also discuss the Des Moines Arts Center’s exhibit on Monument Valley and Bertolt Brecht’s A War Primer

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Africa, Editing, Narratives
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