Queen Mob’s Teahouse Interviews Sara Uribe

David Buuck interviews Mexican author Sara Uribe and translator John Pluecker about Uribe’s Antígona González, “a stunning book-length work addressing the mass violence and disappearances across northern Mexico, using Sophocles’ heroine Antigone as a figure through which a collective voice of (mostly feminist) resistance speaks out in both pain and protest.”

“Does justice require the body, the body count? Does justice require more than reconciling the body with survivors’ rites and rights? How can literary texts speak to or make demands of the law, on behalf of the dead, survivors, justice?”

Continue reading the interview in Queen Mob’s Teahouse

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