The author of Eleutheria looks beyond the construct of man vs. nature.
The author of Eleutheria considers the literary value of the human instinct to look for faces everywhere.
The author of Eleutheria uses ecological principles to guide her writing.
The translator of Migratory Birds and Permafrost uses Google Maps to immerse herself in the settings of her translation projects.
“I need the volume of more than one trusted reader to hear suggestions over my own investment in being right.” —Donika Kelly, author of The Renunciations
“There are so many journeys I’d like to take” —Kelli Russell Agodon, author of Dialogues with Rising Tides
“I often worried what would come out would be scary, accusing, not close enough to the truth or too close.” —Carey Salerno, author of Tributary
“You have to become the person who can write the book you’re working on.” —Zeyn Joukhadar, author of The Thirty Names of Night
“Don’t ever find your voice.” —Khaled Mattawa, author of Fugitive Atlas
“You may not see it, but I am always writing.” —Heid E. Erdrich, author of Little Big Bully