Interviews

Podcast #7: S. D. Chrostowska & Tamara Faith Berger

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Novelist and critic S. D. Chrostowska discusses her new book, The Eyelid, with fellow novelist Tamara Faith Berger.

Gabrielle Civil

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In my work, I’m trying to get inside of performance time, inside my own thinking and making and interiority.

Wendy Kline

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What the feminist health movement really did was change the way that we understand evidence and experience – and actually the knowledge of the body. Individual experience can be as legitimate as scientific knowledge.

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”

Jenny Riffle & Molly Landreth

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The idea of performing gender and “returning the gaze” was just something that was creeping into my consciousness, and these images felt like a way to work it out before I could really talk about it or make sense of it all.

Ayşe Düzkan

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I think translation is very important in revolutionary, feminist, and oppositional political activism; we live and fight in Turkey, but we have to know what is going on in other parts of the world.

Lars Iyer

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In my current novels, the satyr play is interwoven with the tragedy. Seriousness and fun are intertwined, philosophy, the former queen of the sciences is one with its jester …

Joseph Grantham

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“I want to make it clear that ‘not caring about money’ isn’t a heroic thing, I wish I cared more about it, I could help more people if I cared more about money, I could be a hero, but instead, I like to read books.”