“Meet Susannah Rodríguez Drissi.” Interview with VoyageLA Magazine | May 27, 2020
LaLista Podcast: A Latinx Writers Podcast. This interview with Rubén Mendive was released on January 7, 2020. We discuss growing up in Cuba, Costa Rica, and the United States; Becoming a writer; writing; “The Cuban Story”; The Latin Poet’s Guide to the Cosmos; Nocturno, El Musical; and my forthcoming novel, Until We’re Fish. Listen HERE.
“On Goddesses, Kings, & Bedroom Troubles.” Review of Rey y Atenea by Verónica García Moreno, All About the Stage | October, 2019
Diario de Cuba (Valencia, Spain) | “Líquidas fronteras, campo inexplorado” | By Verónica García Moreno | October 4, 2019
Interview with UCLA Newsroom, “Poet’s New Collection Takes Readers on a Linguistic Journey” | By Adrian Figueroa | July 26, 2019
Los Angeles Review of Books | “Here Begins the Unexplored: On the Latin Poet’s Guide to the Cosmos” | By Verónica García Moreno | July 11, 2019
Interview with Daily Bruin on The Latin Poet’s Guide to the Cosmos | By Deirdre Klena | June 7, 2019
Abriendo la puerta a los fantasmas de la Revolución Cubana: Una entrevista a Susannah Rodríguez Drissi. By Allison Carlisle and Verónica García Moreno. MESTER (2019)
Live radio interview with DJ Jose Cristobal from KXLU 88.9 Alma del Barrio, LMU’s Latin sound since 1973. The interview took place on Saturday, May 26th, 2018, at Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, California.
“Houses Without Walls – A Review” | All About the Stage | By Mary E. Montoro | Summer, 2018
“Alumna’s Play Explores Political Turmoil, Mother-daughter Relationships” |By Deirdre Klena | Daily Bruin | May 30, 2018
Broadway World | “Award-winning, Cuban-born writer Susannah Rodríguez Drissi Premieres Houses Without Walls” | BWW News Desk | May 1, 2018
Performing Arts Live | “Manigua Productions Presents Houses Without Walls“ | May, 2018
Better Lemons | Praise for Houses Without Walls
Exclusive interview. The Romania Journal (August 2016) I was interviewed by The Romania Journal(Bucharest, Romania) as a result of the publication of “The Hair, Like Nadia Comaneci.” To read the interview, which includes a reflection about writing and the connection between autobiography and fiction, as well as links between Romania and Cuba in the 1970s and 1980s, click here.