Diptych of author Heidi Julavits and the book jacket of Directions to Myself
‘What’s the New Wind?’: An Interview with Heidi Julavits

The author of Directions to Myself discusses temporal landmarks, the vilification of Sally Mann, and nonfiction as a juxtapositional art form.

A portrait of author Sarah Jackson and an image of her book cover.
'An Unfiltered Unleashing of Thoughts': An Interview with Sarah Jackson

The author of A Bit Much on anticipatory grief, huge emotions, and the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

diptych of author Brandon Taylor and the jacket of his novel The Late Americans
‘Writing From the Whole of Life’: An Interview with Brandon Taylor

The author of The Late Americans on ecstatic first drafts, satirizing the MFA, and characters who stake their lives on art.

Photo of woman with brown hair, glasses, and puppy, plus an orange book cover with a nude women spooning a male cardinal.
‘Why Be an Authentic Person? Who Does That Serve?’: An Interview with Jenny Fran Davis

The author of Dykette explores the tantalizing possibilities in stories of queer love.

Allie Rowbottom and the cover of Aesthetica
‘I Resist Through Exploration’: An Interview with Allie Rowbottom

The author of Aesthetica on stardom and online hate, conflict between feminisms, and the evergreen currency of a woman’s image.

‘The Things We Take For Granted Hurt Us The Most’: An Interview with Jenny Odell

Whose clock are you on? The author of Saving Time discusses actors versus automatons, and existing between the margins of the “unforgiving timetable world.”

‘Between Adorations and Lamentations’: An Interview with Patrick Bringley

The author of All the Beauty in the World on creating a personal map of meaning during his time as a guard at New York’s Metropolitan Museum.

‘What You See Is Determined By Where You Are Standing’: An Interview with Marion Turner

The author of The Wife of Bath: A Biography offers an unexpected channel into the life of one of literature’s greatest fictional characters—Alison of Bath.

‘The Limited Story of Yourself is Actually Quite Fictional’: An Interview with William Brewer

The author of The Red Arrow on West Virginia, psychedelics, and a literary education through film.

'Sink Back In To What Was Lost': An Interview with Jonathan Escoffery

The author of If I Survive You on the gift of humour, the impact of the housing crisis, and family legacy.