Piper French is a writer living in Los Angeles. She has done refugee solidarity work in France and Greece and worked with migrant farmworkers in her home state of Vermont. Her writing has been published by The New Republic, Roads & Kingdoms, and Asymptote Journal. Follow her on twitter at @pipersfrench.
Forget the Old Words: On Patrick Chamoiseau’s “French Guiana: Memory Traces of the Penal Colony”
Piper French is captivated by “French Guiana: Memory Traces of the Penal Colony,” a photo-text by Patrick Chamoiseau and Rodolphe Hammadi....
Lowering into a Dark Pool: On An Yu’s “Braised Pork”
Piper French enjoys “Braised Pork,” the new novel by An Yu....
High Visibility: Reexamining “Medium Cool” on Its 50th Anniversary
Piper French on the contemporary resonance of Haskell Wexler's "Medium Cool."...
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