This week’s installment of Ten Questions features Mariana Oliver and Julia Sanches, the author and the translator of Migratory Birds.
“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
The author of With Teeth examines how a single joke can be successfully repackaged and retold over time.
“I miss the intimacy of hearing undiluted voices. Hugs. Raw laughter.” —Benjamín Naka-Hasebe Kingsley, author of Dēmos
“There were so many revelations I could only have reached through the process of putting memories on paper.” —Elizabeth Miki Brina, author of Speak, Okinawa
The author of Each of Us Killers reflects on how music has informed her fiction.
“You may not see it, but I am always writing.” —Heid E. Erdrich, author of Little Big Bully
“Write with yourself and your own healing in mind, before you think of anyone else.” —Cicely Belle Blain, author of Burning Sugar
“I had to sit with the fear and let it talk to me.” —Joshua Bennett, author of Owed.
“We need the industry to be more reflective of the audience.” —Adrian Tomine, author of The Loneliness of the Long-Distance Cartoonist