Interviews

Maria Kuznetsova

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Babies are definitely enemies of romcom!

Matt Mitchell

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“I would like someone to ask me whether Red Dead Redemption 2 has any influence on the creation of this book.”

Noah Falck

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Is that a sort of equation for inviting the imagination in — wonder + weirdness? Maybe. Maybe not. But it helps me register and engage

Elle Nash

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“I am thinking about the body a lot and all of the time. The body is where the story starts.”

Harriet Scott Chessman

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It’s so hard to avoid the impulse to dazzle, like “Look at this! Aren’t you amazed by my historical knowledge?”

Caveh Zahedi

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“It’s scary to live in a radically subjective world. Scary and also maybe more lonely.”

Vesna Maric

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Perhaps this is Fate, in that our interdependence is inescapable, that we always affect each other.

Forsyth Harmon

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“Illustrated literature hasn’t really been popular since the nineteenth century. I would like to open the discussion around that form again, to see what we can do with it.”

Isabel Yap

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“Are these instances magic? Are they myths? To us, they’re just part of life.”

Andrea Muehlebach

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You have to look beyond the monster itself in order to understand what it actually means.