The late film producer’s cookbooks reveal a subtle, coded queer sensibility.
The author of Screen Tests on allowing for randomness, accusations of naïvety, and productive nap times.
In Jean Rhys’s novels, women exhibit a particular kind of English suffering, a perfect illustration of the female condition in the interwar years.
The author of Three Women on desire, community, and the male gaze.
Every sixteen minutes the couple in the film gets married. Every sixteen minutes they kiss like they wish they could take it back.
It’s not that I divide my life into the periods before and after I went, exactly. It’s more that the trip accelerated a gradual change that has been happening all my life.
The author of My Parents/This Does Not Belong To You on the collaborative nature of non-fiction, evolving family dynamics, and surviving the catastrophic plot twist.
The author of Say Nothing on the Troubles, the difference between narrative non-fiction and history, and reporting until you solve a murder.
The author of Lanny on ghost stories as love stories, how countries think, and leaving doors open.