The authors of The Memoirs of Miss Chief Eagle Testickle on creation stories, narrating suppressed accounts, and exposing subjectivity.
The author of Death Valley on writerly solitude, the demise of Twitter, and Best Western Grab 'n' Go breakfasts.
The author of Strangers to Ourselves on finding new ways to understand mental illness.
The author of Naked: On Sex, Work, and Other Burlesques on the hot potato of performance art, the nutritiousness of filth, and exorcisms.
The author of Shy on inherited ideas of care, suicidal ideation, and the erotics of bullying.
The author of What Doesn't Kill Us Makes Us on chronic fatigue syndrome, Nietzsche, and catastrophic life events that engender an afterlife.
The author of The Adversary on writing in the Anthropocene, crafting an unforgivable villain, and taking your place in the protest line.
The author of River Mumma on the demonization of traditional medicines, cities as characters, and quarter-life crises.
The author of People Collide on body swaps, Gender Vertigo, and cruelty as a path to honesty.
The author of Daughter on writing as channeling, emails as gunfire, and emotional math.
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