The author of Trick Mirror on the self as a lens on the system, scams, and the internet beat.
The author of Sleeveless on 2010s New York, jealousy, and being out of touch.
The author of Here Until August on the cruelty of language, fiction as a form of introspection, and writing as an act against ventriloquism.
Talking to the author and artist of Leaving Richard’s Valley and Stunt about addressing working conditions in comics, benevolent cults, and the pleasure of soliloquies.
The author of Older Sister. Not Necessarily Related. on which adoption narratives get to be good, surveillance, and memoir as reclamation.
Talking to the author of I Become a Delight to My Enemies about writing as a natural act (or not) that fixes your life (or doesn’t), humour as a balm, and the power of shame.
The author of The Secrets We Kept on Doctor Zhivago, the Lavender Scare, and book burning.
The author of Make It Scream, Make It Burn on being skeptical of skepticism and championing the ordinary.
The author of Screen Tests on allowing for randomness, accusations of naïvety, and productive nap times.
The author of Three Women on desire, community, and the male gaze.