“We want to be understood, but we don’t want to, or feel unable to, share our own stories.” Matthew Robinson and I discuss Memorial Day, writing the war experience, and his novel-in-stories, The Horse Latitudes, which was a finalist for the 2018 Oregon Book Award. Check out our conversation at Fiction Writers Review.
My conversation with Peg Alford Pursell was recently featured at New Orleans Review. In A Girl Goes into the Forest (Dzanc Books, 2019), award-winning author Peg Alford Pursell illuminates the many faces of love and loss in 78 cross-genre stories and fables. Each hybrid flash immerses readers in the complex desires and sorrows of daughters, wives, mothers, as well as sons, husbands, siblings, and artists. To read the interview, please click here.
“Like a Dog a Rabbit Through the Underbrush: Abraham Smith follows the sonic sense.” Abraham Smith and I discuss his new collection of poetry Destruction of Man (Third Man Books, 2018) at Propeller Magazine. Click here to read more.
“Allegorical and Absolutely Human.” Megan Hunter and I discuss minutes, disaster, and her novel The End We Start From (Grove Atlantic, 2017) at Propeller Magazine. Click here to read more.
This morning, Entropy featured my interview “The Mythology of Motherhood: Leni Zumas on Red Clocks.” To read our conversation about womanhood, identity, and freedom in Zumas’s internationally-acclaimed novel Red Clocks, please click here.