SELECTED INTERVIEWS

 

“Most of us have areas of expertise we don’t sufficiently value for fiction, expertise we can pull from those jars of memory and experience and give to our characters.”
Coachella Review
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“Writerhead begins with imagined strains of music, representing the perfect but not-yet-written book, drifting far above my desk. In the state of grace that you call writerhead, I can snatch whole streams of notes out of the air, and transpose them onto the page as sentences.”
Q&A with Kristin Bair O’Keeffe
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Beauty, Mean Girls, & Load-Bearing Sentences:
A conversation with Pia Z. Ehrhardt
from the New Orleans Review
Press Street
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“Pressure to create something worthy”
National Endowment for the Arts blog
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‚ÄúDetails are my weakness”
Interview with Michael Kimball
The Faster Times/Writers on Writing

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“What faith? I write without it”
Interview with Janet Skeslien Charles
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“Normal People have terrible messes, secret lives”
Persea Books Interview
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“There’s a cave?”
Interview with Andrew Scott
Andrew’s Book Club
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“I moved the front door to the book”
Interview with Susan Henderson
Litpark

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“Control, power, sexuality, mothering and fathering, intense friendship,
guilt, grace, violence, & the redemptive power of art.”
Interview with Caitlin Hill
The Writer’s Center

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“Write in the dark. See what you find there”
Conversation with Marion Winik
JMWW blog

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“I read to commit crimes, get into fights, fall in love,
experience grace, survive shame…”
Dylan Landis, On Reading
Laughing Yeti

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RADIO

 

Bibliocracy
Interview with Andrew Tonkovich,
KPFK Los Angeles

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Writers on Writing
Interview with Marrie Stone,
KUCI, Irvine, CA

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