Talking to the author of Two Trees Make a Forest about changing ideas of home, our bodies as maps, and how the natural landscape influences human connection.
The author of Having and Being Had on the place where sensibility meets ideology, mid-life retrospective reckoning, and writing yourself into realizations.
Talking to the author of Transcendent Kingdom about the effect of perspective on readerly sympathies, the politicization of addiction, and the superficiality of “listening and learning.”
Talking to the author of The Unreality of Memory about predicting disaster, criticism of self-contemplation, and a post-truth world.
The editor of Unspeakable Acts on the problems inherent in true crime reporting, the human desire for narrative, and the failings of the criminal justice system.
Talking to the author of Cuyahoga about geographic feuds, stories as coffins, and LeBron James.
The author of Luster on surveillance in the suburbs, writing the id, and the joy of Comic-Cons.
The author of Pew on confession and original brokenness.
The author of Migrations on connecting to the natural world, activist privilege, and creatureliness.
Talking to the author of The Sprawl about teen rage, community disconnection, and building better suburbs.
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