CANCELED: Internationalism and Identity: A Need for Magazines to Transcend Borders

Room 2215C, Kansas City Convention Center, Street Level
Thursday, February 8, 2024
9:00 am to 10:15 am


Unfortunately, this event has been canceled by the event organizer.

Outline & Supplemental Documents

Event Outline: Internationalism_and_Identity.pdf



Kamil Ahsan is currently a doctoral student in History at Yale University, with a prior doctorate in biology from the University of Chicago. Originally from Lahore, Pakistan, he is also a freelance journalist, critic, and the editor of South Asian Avant-Garde (SAAG). He lives in New Haven, Connecticut.

Abeer Y. Hoque is a Nigerian-born, Bangladeshi-American writer and photographer. Her books include a monograph of travel photographs and poems (The Long Way Home, 2013), a book of linked stories, poems, and photographs (The Lovers and the Leavers, 2015), and a memoir (Olive Witch, 2017).

Hananah Zaheer is the author of Lovebirds (Bull City Press, 2021). She serves as fiction editor for Los Angeles Review, a fiction editor for South Asian Avant Garde: a dissident literary anthology, and is the founder of Dubai Literary Salon.

Aditya Desai's stories, essays, and poems have appeared in Taco Bell Quarterly, Tropics of Meta, B O D Y, The Rumpus, The Millions, The Margins, and others. He received his MFA in fiction from the University of Maryland, College Park. He is the literature programs officer for Maryland Humanities.


February 7–10, 2024
Kansas City, Missouri

Kansas City Convention Center