Esmé Weijun Wang talks about her new book The Collected Schizophrenias, cultural stigmas around mental illness, and “narrative therapy.”
Territory of Light by Yuko Tsushima chronicles the year-long journey of a mother and her daughter navigating a newly disorienting world.
In this interview with Grace Ann Leadbeater, Leanne Shapton talks about her upcoming book, Guestbook: Ghost Stories.
How odd, Gretchen thought, that the sun could hide behind something smaller than itself.
Staring at these bones/ in the utter rhythm of sun/ they seem inevitable,/ but only might have been.
Valeria Luiselli talks about ways of listening, the subversion of the American road trip story, and her new novel, Lost Children Archive.
Gottschalk invites you into her world with a warning: you may find what you see and hear disturbing, and you may find it unbearably alluring.
Look at the map, the clock and the calendar.
At the Brooklyn Museum's Do Ho Suh’s "The Perfect Home II" with the literary salon, "Go Home!" the concept of a living space expanded.
She either runs or turns her back on it. I know why. It’s because she’s afraid. I am, too, but I don’t run. I fight.
"For me, writing a novel is an exercise in empathy. If I can’t imagine being these people, I shouldn’t be writing about them."
Put simply, the wanting was for one thing only: