The author of Reproduction on “grammatical cathedrals,” moods that linger, and how fiction talks.
The author of All You Can Ever Know on family secrets, nature versus nurture, and Kristi Yamaguchi.
The author of Kens on the power of satire, rituals of rejection, and imagining Christian Slater.
The author of The Real Lolita on doppelgangers, the responsibilities of true crime reporting and fictionalizing people’s pain.
The author of Beirut Hellfire Society on writing about the Lebanese Civil War, collective memory, and the selfishness of Greek deities.
The author of Lake Success on Republicanism, capitalism in the age of Trump and the strange ways we differentiate serious fiction and humour.
The author of My Year of Rest and Relaxation on writing grief, the role of beauty and shuffling down to the bodega.
The author of Foe on marriage, having Charlie Kaufman adapt your work, and why he likes stories that remind him of Manu Ginobili.
The author of Certain American States on living with titles, the narrative space of relationships, and why short stories are like sauce.
The author of If You Leave Me on the Korean War, listening to your family stories, and the cost of survival.
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