Talking to the author of Something That May Shock and Discredit You on the pressure put on trans memoirs, leaving the church, and the myth of an unblemished body to be defended.
The author of New Waves on the internet, science fiction, and form.
The author of The Exhibition of Persephone Q on navigating the early internet, the absence of ambition, and identity crises both large and small.
Talking to the Destroyer singer-songwriter about his new album, Have We Met, writing as an act of inspiration, and being a musician in middle age.
The author of Reverse Cowgirl on autofiction, an uneasy relation to place, and languages of sexuality.
The author of In the Dream House on gaslighting, the lack of institutional capacity for change, and formal experimentation.
The author of Cherry Beach on exploring different ways of being, becoming comfortable with open-endedness, and putting yourself out there.
The author of The Longing for Less on minimalism as an inherent judgment, the aesthetics of community, and why he’s hesitant to identify as a minimalist himself.
The author of Uncanny Valley on becoming the perfect consumer, digital surveillance, and why Mark Zuckerberg doesn’t matter.
Talking to the author of Consider This about “dangerous writing,” testing your story-telling instincts for emotional responses, and finding laughs in transcendent tragedy.
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