Asian women writers gain a wider audience thanks to translations of their work crowdfunded by a British publisher

//Asian women writers gain a wider audience thanks to translations of their work crowdfunded by a British publisher

Asian women writers gain a wider audience thanks to translations of their work crowdfunded by a British publisher

“Women do write. They carry multiple burdens, but they still endeavour to create,” says Faye Cura, co-founder of Gantala Press, a Filipino feminist literary collective and small press that publishes books and other publications documenting the conditions and struggles of women.“We know of a farmer who writes poems in her little notebook while waiting for people to buy vegetables in her stall,” she explains. “We know of a union leader who composed poems in her cell, after being wrongfully…

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