Speaking to the author of Caste about the insufficiencies of the term “racism,” objectivity versus balance, and the opportunities America’s coming demographic shift presents.
The author of Life Events on grieving, exit guides, and the way we think about death.
The author of I Hold a Wolf by the Ears on spectral encounters and exorcisms, America’s rejection of history, travel literature, and boxing.
The author of The Ghost in the House on acts of grace, territorial tendencies, and the silver lining in things being temporary.
The author of Death in Her Hands on putting characters in blank spaces, crime solving, and consumption.
The author of Feminist City on intersectional urban planning, care work, and feminist geography.
The author of Blue Ticket on leaving things unsaid, weaponizing humour, and bodily autonomy.
The author of Exciting Times on spreading goodwill, navigating and honouring difference, and the lie of meritocracy.
Talking to the author of Strange Hotel about the tolerance and patience of readers, writing “difficult” books, and the urgency that comes with age.
Talking to the author of Glitter Up the Dark about Savage Garden as entry-point to fandom, missing shitty clubs in the midst of a pandemic, and Britney Spears’s communist reblogs.
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