rEVIEWS, Interviews, & other Press On Birthright

- Micro PodcastSkaryd x Sanni x Abraham Episode ("Heritage" feature from BirthrightFebruary 2021)

- Yale University Radio (WYBCX): Praxis Interview with George Abraham & Brainard Carey on Birthright (January 2021)

The Rumpus: "The Sound of Beginning" - Review of Birthright by George Abraham (J. David, October 2020)

- BuzzFeed: 19 Books by Queer Authors Reviewers Fell In Love With (Taylor Steele, June 2020) 

The Los Angeles Review of Books: To Remember, Read, & Return - A Conversation with George Abraham and Omar Sakr (June 2020)

- The University of Arizona Poetry Center: Pride & Poetry Spotlight on Recent Collections by Queer Poets (June 2020)

- Vagabond City Lit: Interview on Birthright with Michelle Betters (May 2020)

- American Writers Museum:  Asian American Writers, Their Books, and the Books They Love (May 2020)

- Black Girl Nerds: "Birthright: an Invitation to 'Read' Rather than 'read' about Autonomy over Erasure" (March 2020, Maya Williams)

- TS Poetry: Review of Birthright by Ali Nuri (March 2020)

- Library Journal: Finding Self/Finding Home: Top Spring Poetry (February 2020, Barbara Hoffert)


- Sukoon Magazine: Review by Layla Goushey (February 2020)

- Verse: Playlist for the specimen's apology (October 2019)

- The Rumpus: A Strange Liminal Space: George Abraham's the specimen's apology (torrin greathouse, May 2019)

-HYYPE Online: Queer & Dear: George Abraham's the specimen's apology (Kelsey May Frasier, Summer 2019)

- Glass: A Journal of Poetry: Review of the specimen's apology (Noor Hindi, January 2019)


- Michigan Quarterly Review: Palestine in Queer Time - A Review of George Abraham's the specimen's apology (Joumana Altallal, January 2019)

Interviews / Features / Press

- Micro PodcastSkaryd x Sanni x Abraham Episode (February 2021)

- Yale University Radio (WYBCX): Praxis Interview with George Abraham & Brainard Carey on Birthright (January 2021)

The Los Angeles Review of Books:  Dispatches from an Unoccupied Future: Reflections on the Palestine Writes Festival (Fargo Tbakhi, January 2021)

The New Arab:  The best books by Arab authors in 2020 (Elias Jahshan, December 2020)


The Asian American Writers' Workshop:  Bookmarks: Best of 2020 (Swati Khurana, December 2020)

The Millions:  A Year in Reading (Megan Giddings, December 2020)

Tufts Daily:  Poems & Pints provides intimacy, empowerment in the midst of uncertainty (November 2020)

The Artery (WBUR):  With Future of Performing Arts Uncertain, Boston Foundation Appoints its New Class of Live Arts Boston Grantees (June 2020)

- LitHub:  The Joys and Worries of 20 Writers During COVID-19 (Interview Feature with Christopher Soto, April 2020)

- Poets & Writers Magazine: Writers Recommend Feature by George Abraham (April 2020)

- Mizna + The Margins (Asian American Writers Workshop): "I am Deliberate and Afraid of Nothing" - Six Writers on Poetry and Protest (March 2019)

Harvard University Lecture: Machine Dreams Podcast with Margaret Rhee (March 2019)

Entropy Mag: 11 Palestinian Poets to Read (March 2019)


Poets & Writers: Poets & Writers Theatre - "Against Consolidation" (January 2019)

- The Racist Sandwich Podcast: E61 - The Memory of Za'atar and a Free Palestine (November 2018)

- Literary Hub: The Newest Wave of Asian American Writers You Should Know - Celebrating 15 Years of Kundiman  (October 2018)

- Harvard University Interview : Graduate Profile (December 2017)

- Nervous Poodle Poetry : al youm Interview (May 2017)

- Atlas Review : al youm - a preview (April 2017)

- Winter Tangerine : Lineage of Mirrors - Ancestral Influences (January 2017)

- Diode : 10th Anniversary Issue (January 2017)

- Maudlin HouseWriter of the Week Feature (December 2016)

- Brooklyn Poets : Poet of the Week Spotlight (August 2016)

Reviews of al youm

- Winter Tangerine : al youm review (January 2018)

- Speekbird Blog : [a thing i like] george abraham's al youm (June 2017)

- Nervous Poodle Poetry : al youm Review (May 2017)

- PloughsharesI forget to remember to forget (April 2017)

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