Eduardo Soteras Jalil is an Argentinian photographer. His projects include En El Camino, Neutral Fire, Masafer: Life in the Interstice, All the Ices the Ice and What Remains. He is based in Kinshasa.
‘To unfriend the refrain of sorrow / One must break the ribcage of a city’
Read an excerpt from Raja Shehadeh’s Going Home, a reflection on ageing, failure, the occupation, and the changing face of Ramallah.
‘You do not understand. In this country one understands nothing.’
‘Evariste was the nightwatchman. He and I were alone in the house in Kigali, the capital of Rwanda, when the killing started.’
‘Who knows: what I write I must eat, what I don’t write – eats me.’
Peter Stamm on imagining his characters as buildings, why he wants to have a room full of ugly objects and whether he believes that people can change.
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