From Epigraph Project 2020

Epigraph Interview with kī anthony

kī anthony is an autistic lesbian of Indian and Chinese descent. They are the fourth writer whose work has been selected for Epigraph Project. In this interview, they talk about representation for sex workers, their early experiences with tech and open source, and how the internet is both our oppressor and the means for radical change…

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sync, line & hooker

sync, line & hooker by kī anthony is a long-form essay exploring the intersection between sex work and tech culture, and our fourth Epigraph publication for 2020. This project was made possible with the support of Mātātuhi Foundation…

Fission

Fission by Nicole Tan is our third Epigraph publication for 2020. Epigraph is made possible with the generous support of Mātātuhi Foundation…

Epigraph Interview with Nicole Tan

Nicole Tan’s speculative fiction, Fission, features as the third Epigraph Project of 2020. In this latest interview, Tan talks to editor Amy Weng about what drew them to this genre of fiction, what being a diaspora writer means, and their longstanding interest in fanfiction…

The Mother of Publishing

Our second Epigraph selection of 2020 is a short collection of poetry by Wellington-based writer Joanna Cho. Epigraph is made possible with support from Mātātuhi Foundation…

Epigraph Interview with Joanna Cho

In the second Epigraph interview of the year, poet Joanna Cho talks to Hainamana about her recent work and influences, and what she’d like to see change in the New Zealand publishing industry…

Inheritance

‘Inheritance’ by NITHYA NARAYANAN is the first collection of poetry selected for Epigraph, a project that will introduce readers to eight new and existing works of literature by Asian New Zealand writers in 2020. Epigraph Project is generously supported by Mātātuhi Foundation…

Portrait of Nithya Narayanan

Epigraph Interview with Nithya Narayanan

In this first interview for Epigraph, a project introducing readers to new and emerging Asian New Zealand writers, Hainamana editor Amy Weng speaks to Nithya Narayanan about Inheritance, the grotesque body, and the role that fiction can play in conceptualising precarity and trauma…