Frances Negrón-Muntaner interviewed with Words Without Borders

February 19, 2019 – Topics of Interest

“[M]ostly I feel San Juan is a city full of life with a unique perspective on how to weather the growing storms of our moment. This is evident in the graffiti and public art that are often a second skin to those same ruined structures. It is equally present in people’s everyday insistence to be there, to live and love their way regardless.” Negrón-Muntaner was interviewed about the city in which she was born and the ways in which it has impacted her work, in Words Without Borders.

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