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To Write Truthfully

An Interview with William Hawkins By Joseph Linscott, Fiction Reader  What is necessary, in a character, for a character to be dwelling on a comment made at a dinner in front of a writer? A shameless person wouldn’t be thinking about it. Anxieties are often manifestations of a desire to move in time, to “correct” […]

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Merging Genres, Worlds, and Languages

Interview with Helena Paoli By Joseph Linscott “When the genres merge, I see new life.” — Helena Paoli You write in your bio that you are exploring where “literary genres merge.” That word “merge” is so interesting to me. Whereas hybridity and experimental writing makes something else entirely out of these previous forms, you are […]