by Kyle Williams

Joni Murphy

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How could the alpaca consciousness not be affected by all this?

Karen Solie

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“Things that have happened are tangibly still happening, whether we know it, accept it, or not.”

Mary South

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“I don’t want to let these things just glide by; I think we can learn from our current digital age through art and being in conversation with it.

Kathryn Scanlan

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“A story is whatever I say it is.”

Creature Publishing

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“We love the idea of books being live, sentient beings that have desires, agendas, anger”

Helen Phillips

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I was talking to a friend of mine who was studying theoretical architecture, and she too had gone through this period of being scornful of real buildings.

Amina Cain

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“If you read a lot of books, and watch a lot of movies, you’re going to absorb some of what it means for you to read and watch them, and that will be expressed in some way in your own work.” An interview with Amina Cain.

Elle Nash

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“Everyone suffers somehow. It’s important to show that, I think.” Our interview with Elle Nash, author of Animals Eat Each Other and editor at Hobart Pulp and Witch Craft.

My Mother Laughs – Chantal Akerman

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Akerman’s “I” is more like an eye, a camera lens — it is what it sees, and what it sees itself doing.

Calm Sea and Prosperous Voyage – Bette Howland

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Of course this is a criminal state of affairs — we’ve forgotten a genius.