Tiana Reid is a writer, senior editor of The New Inquiry, and PhD candidate in English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University. Her work has been published in many places, including American Quarterly, Bitch, Maisonneuve Magazine, The Toast, and VICE. She also does editorial work at two journals, Small Axe and Women and Performance.
How to write about the injuries of migrant workers without reducing the complexities of individuals (or work itself!) to liberal calls for policy change and progress? Tiana Reid approaches a poetics of injury and work refusal via a conversation with Jamaican farm laborer Andrew.