Michelle Quay

Michelle Quay is currently visiting lecturer of Persian at Brown University. She holds a doctorate in Asian and Middle Eastern Studies from Pembroke College, University of Cambridge, and her translation work has appeared in Words Without Borders, Two Lines, Asymptote, and eXchanges, among others.

  • A dimly-lit figure, hooded and shrouded in black
    Mehrnaz Shirazi-Adl
    Caption In a dimly lit crypt, a woman loses her way and finds her thoughts toggling between a mysterious man in the dark tunnel and a childhood friend. The sun was setting when she go...
  • A black and white photo of a flamingo, dramatically lit from above
    July 25, 2019 | Rasool Yunan
    Photo by Stephen A. Wolfe / Flickr Flamingo #13 may have been the most beautiful flamingo in the world the villagers had ever heard of. All throughout the year, there was talk of it everywhere...

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