June 28, 2012
millionsmillions:

“The kind of love that I was interested in, that my characters long for intuitively, is the only kind of love that could liberate them from that horrible legacy of colonial violence. I am speaking about decolonial love.” - Junot Díaz in an excellent new interview at The Boston Review

An author was interviewed by his own magazine? How efficient.

millionsmillions:

“The kind of love that I was interested in, that my characters long for intuitively, is the only kind of love that could liberate them from that horrible legacy of colonial violence. I am speaking about decolonial love.” - Junot Díaz in an excellent new interview at The Boston Review

An author was interviewed by his own magazine? How efficient.

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    Oh god Junot Diaz LET ME LOVE YOUUUU
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    I LOVE YOU, JUNOT!!!! (i can’t believe i actually met him. he’s even better in person. just saying.)
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    Guys: Junot Díaz. Seriously. So many interviews with authors are fluff, talking on a surface level about technique or...
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    This is it. He has it.
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    Junot Diaz is a boss.
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    An author was interviewed by his own magazine? How efficient.
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