This week’s installment of Ten Questions features Marie NDiaye and Jordan Stump, the author and the translator of That Time of Year.
“I’ve been writing it for eighteen years. More than half my life.” —Fariha Róisín, author of Like a Bird
The author of RENDANG reflects on the value of uncertainty in his reading and writing lives.
“I had to sit with the fear and let it talk to me.” —Joshua Bennett, author of Owed.
“It’s pretty clear that the entire system is due for a serious reckoning.” —Melissa Faliveno, author of Tomboyland
“Choose the bilingual, the multilingual, and the polyglot.” —Ricardo Alberto Maldonado, author of The Life Assignment
The author of Fifty Words for Rain reflects on learning to forge her own unique path through the world.
The author of RENDANG considers the complex relationships embedded in the act of looking.
The author of RENDANG imagines poetry as a house with many corridors.
“The glimmer of an idea appears in my notebook long before I begin writing.” —Daisy Johnson, author of Sisters