“There was so much shame in this project for me to dispel and bury.” —Mahogany L. Browne, author of I Remember Death by Its Proximity to What I Love
“It took me more than a year to put aside my fear of attempting it.” —Lan Samantha Chang, author of The Family Chao
“If you feel that the story is good and that it needs to be read, then keep at it until you’re happy with it.” —Obed Silva, author of The Death of My Father the Pope
“I write when an idea, story, or book commands me to.” —Louis Edwards, author of Ramadan Ramsey
This week’s installment of Ten Questions features María José Ferrada and Elizabeth Bryer, the author and the translator of How to Order the Universe.
“Every day without fail. Small marks with a pencil.” —Edward Carey, author of The Swallowed Man
The Pulitzer Prize–winning poet talks about his new book, Air Traffic: A Memoir or Ambition and Manhood in America.