The author of Feminist City on intersectional urban planning, care work, and feminist geography.
The author of Blue Ticket on leaving things unsaid, weaponizing humour, and bodily autonomy.
The author of Exciting Times on spreading goodwill, navigating and honouring difference, and the lie of meritocracy.
Talking to the author of Strange Hotel about the tolerance and patience of readers, writing “difficult” books, and the urgency that comes with age.
Talking to the author of Glitter Up the Dark about Savage Garden as entry-point to fandom, missing shitty clubs in the midst of a pandemic, and Britney Spears’s communist reblogs.
The author of Too Much on who gets to be excessive, whether Victorian protagonists would get along, and the privilege of seeing yourself in literature.
The author of Sharks in the Time of Saviors on mythmaking, magical realism, and the hero complex.
The author of My Meteorite on interconnectedness, chaos, and a sense of magic.
The author of Hidden Valley Road on true crime reporting, family secrets, and finding stories.
The author of Funny Weather on publishing a book during a global pandemic, the eternal appeal of outsider artists, and living with an oncoming sense of catastrophe.