Iman Williams

Iman Williams is a scholar and writer from Baltimore, Maryland. She is a Callaloo Fellow currently pursuing her B.A. in Comparative Literature at Emory University. Her writing has been published by, or is forthcoming in, Harvard University's Transition Magazine, The Volta, The Baltimore Sun, The Feminist Wire, Entropy: New Fiction, Entropy: Variations on a Theme, Enclave, Moonsick Magazine, Acro Collective, Emory’s Black Star Magazine, Emory’s Philosophy Review, and Emory’s Undergraduate Research Journal. She is also the Founding Editor of the literary journal Subjugated Knowledge. When she is not reading or writing, Iman spends much of her time studying performance art and neuroscience.


What I knew was that if and when I became non-sighted, I wanted to encounter and understand braille as a literary rubato as opposed to a lack.