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Lavinia Liang

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Lavinia Liang

Lavinia Liang is a student at Princeton University, where she studies literature and politics. She is the founder and director of the arts education initiative Finding Hope in Art, an after-school creative arts enrichment program. When not freelancing for various publications, Lavinia also runs long distance and performs slam poetry with her spoken word group. She was a development and communications intern at Words Without Borders in the summer of 2016.

Articles by Lavinia Liang

Running Out of Time? 10 Short Works to Read Before Labor Day.
By Lavinia Liang
Not ready to let go of summer yet? Neither are we! Here are ten short works of fiction (all under 150 pages) by authors from all over the world to round out your summer reading:1. Antwerpby Roberto…
Embraced by the Grave
Oh, I must have fallen asleep really late. This place is cramped, it is hard to breathe. Hold on, let me switch the lights on, how dark it is in here, and why am I having so much trouble breathing? Ouch!…
Translated from Pashto by Lavinia Liang
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