Ray Kirsch

Talk Director at WSUM and Non-fiction Editor at the MJLC

Appears in 8 Episodes

Literature and Social Justice: An Interview with Fawzy Taylor

WSUM Talk Director and MJLC member Ray Kirsch and fellow MJLC member Quinn Henneger interview Fawzy Taylor, the social media and marketing director of A Room of One's ...

Where is literary criticism heading? A reflection on AWP

MJLC members Ria, Ella and Sophia discuss their experience at The Association of Writers & Writing Programs conference in Kansas city. They discuss their key takeaways...

Stop Cop City

Quinn and Anna interview two forest defenders about Atlanta's RICO indictments and what stop cop city is. 

Reflecting on Resistance

In this episode, we talked to MJLC members about their newest publication, Resistance. We asked their favorite pieces from it and moments that made them happy this pas...

Care as a form of resistance

Ray, Anna, Emily and Quinn discuss how care appears in their lives and how care as a resistance intersects with other forms of resistance.

Arts and music as resistance

In this episode, Ria, Cree, Nate and Shelby discuss arts and music as a form of resistance. They discuss their favorite art pieces, how they resemble resistance and ho...

Strikes at UW-Madison

In this episode, Anna, Cree, Nate and Nat discuss the Teaching Assistants' Association (TAA) and their union work at UW-Madison. They look at the Writers Guild of Amer...

What is an abolitionist? A sit-down with the editors-in-chief of the MJLC

Ray Kirsch interviews Ria Dhingra and Anna Nelson, editors-in-chief of the Madison Journal of Literary Criticism (MJLC). They discuss what an abolitionist is, how the ...

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