If you haven’t read Joanne Ramos’ The Farm yet, you should.
Even though the novel is her debut work, it’s taking the literary world by storm. Verging on dystopian, The Farm imagines a world not too different from our own, where lower class, marginalized women sign away their wombs — and a year of their life — to serve the wealthy upper classes.
Cold Tea Collective had a chance to ask the Filipina-American writer about her book, and the life and ideas that inspired it.
Read the whole interview here!