Glass Bookshop Radio

In this episode, Makda chats with writer and activist Tsering Yangzom Lama about her debut novel WE MEASURE THE EARTH WITH OUR BODIES. The pair talk Tibetan literary influences, the intersection of art and activism, what it means to write "responsibly", and more.

Show Notes

In this episode, Makda chats with writer and activist Tsering Yangzom Lama about her debut novel WE MEASURE THE EARTH WITH OUR BODIES. The pair talk Tibetan literary influences, the intersection of art and activism, what it means to write "responsibly", and more.

Tsering Yangzom Lama's debut novel, WE MEASURE THE EARTH WITHOUT BODIES, is a New York Times Summer Reads Pick and has been longlisted for the Toronto Book Award and the Center for Fiction First Novel Prize. She holds an MFA in Writing from Columbia University and a BA in Creative Writing and International Relations from the University of British Columbia. She currently lives in Vancouver, Canada. 

You can order WE MEASURE THE EARTH WITH OUR BODIES here.

Find Tsering on Twitter @tseringylama or on her website.

Find Glass Bookshop on all social platforms @glassbookshop and check out previous episodes of the show on glassbookshopradio.com. 

Transcript to come.

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The official podcast of Edmonton's Glass Bookshop. Tune in for interviews with our favourite writers, publishers, and readers.