Interviews

Rajiv Mohabir

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I hope that these poems do not have answers but give rise to thinking around the sets of problematics in the mixing of sweat, spices, sucrose, and languages where the act of consumption evinces history archived in the body.

Rosie Stockton

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And that’s saintly, actually. It’s saintly to not want to work.

Nick Jaina and Tatiana Ryckman

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I do that think in order to heal, some people have to disappear and do it in quiet.

David Renton

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We need to get away from the idea that any method is guaranteed for success or guaranteed for failure. The methods work, or fail, in a much more context-specific way.

Benjamin Landry and Kevin Phan

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Thank goodness for the jazz, rather than the philosophical theorems! We certainly got enough of the formal stuff in school.

Lisa Wells

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I don’t want to undersell the sacrifice any of my subjects made in choosing to live in the ways they do, but I also think there’s no point in beating yourself up over it if you haven’t followed a life of extreme asceticism.

Yelena Moskovich

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I love stories where people go to hell, and obviously this novel is my contribution to that literature.

William di Canzio

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Forster himself believed there was more to tell.

Isabel Duarte-Gray

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What if the pastoral is not redeemable? What if the pastoral is about trauma as much as anything else?

Tim Kinsella

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I really do experience the world as music. I don’t mean that to sound woo-woo or whatever, just that by this point I know myself and that’s how it is.