Interview With Junot Diaz

Emily Taylor: How has writing developed your relationship with the English language? What about your experience as an immigrant? Junot Diaz: Writing allows me to explore my troubled relationship with both English and Spanish. I was …

“Lend us a book we can read up alone” It’s likely that most people reading this will have already seen either the original story on openbookstoronto.com last …

Diaz used the interview as another opportunity to speak out against the government, saying that the change to the constitution is meant to “isolate, marginalize, and menace” Haitians. Junot also shared his conflicted feelings about …

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An odd thing happened to Junot Díaz at his reading at the Vancouver International … Another joy: being paired with Chabon for the opening night interview. “There is a certain simpatico between us. . . . We’re just a couple of nerds …

Yesterday, we ran an interview with author Junot Díaz, who’ll be at the Fox Theatre from 7 to 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 23. This was made possible thanks to the Tucson Pima Arts Council and Confluencenter for Creative Inquiry. $15 …

Junot … the 2008 Pulitzer Prize for fiction on Monday, April 7. Last November, Meghan O’Rourke interviewed Díaz about Oscar Wao, his unconventional approach to narrative, and fiction writing more generally. The full text of the interview is …

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This week, I went back and rediscovered one such scene, the interview I did with writer Junot Diaz inside a Harlem coffee shop. We only had time for one or two lines in the film, but when I re-watched the footage I was once again struck by …

Born in Santo Domingo, Junot Díaz immigrated at the age of six to Central New Jersey, where he lost much of his native Spanish and found English acquisition torturous. The complexity of his relationship to language is laid bare by the …