Perwana Nazif is a writer and photographer based in Los Angeles. In addition to her own literary and photography magazine, Cold Cut, she is the contributing art editor for Coeval and frequently writes about art and music for various publications. She holds degrees in Literature and Interdisciplinary Studies (“Visual Perception and Human Interaction”) from the University of California, Berkeley.
Archiving Revolution on 858.ma
Perwana Nazif discusses 858.ma, the Egyptian Revolution, and the radical potential in poor sound....
BLARB BLOG POSTS
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A (Non-Selective) Heard Violence: Interview with Poet Claire Marie Stancek
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