Interviews

Lora Mathis and Amy Berkowitz

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This process is non-linear and has gaps.

Sarah Kornfeld

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Theater is a fabulous place to explore what futurists call predictive modeling, every scenario has been worked through in world theater.

Daphne Gottlieb

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On a meta-level, every book is epistolary, right? A reaching out for connection, a message in a bottle.

Claire Marie Stancek

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Embodiment demands hybridity.

Robin McLean

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This world we live in is terribly brutal to animals, to humans, to beings of all kinds, isn’t it? Why pussy foot around?

Aimee Parkison

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We’re all guests of our time.

Brin-Jonathan Butler

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Think of the accounting of any meaningful legacy, all of the lives that uplift our collective spirit have one thing in common: they are defined not by what they had, but by what they gave. 

Nick Flynn

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The discomfort of a beetle on its back, swinging its legs is not the kind of discomfort I am looking for. My discomfort is more like writing on the edge of what’s known, and what’s been said, and what’s ok to say.

Paul Griner

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Maybe both the nuns and the hoaxers are trying to connect, to form a community, through vastly different means. I know which I prefer, but perhaps what drives them isn’t really that different.

Polina Barskova

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I understood that the whole point is to unmake this monumental quality…to ask yourself, for example, what kind of monument this event needs. Deserves.