The archivist and writer’s recently translated triptych fuses autofiction, essay, and criticism to study the complex lives of three female artists in the public eye.
On writing to include others, artists who generate hope, and how constriction can be inventive.
On writing about the tech industry, interracial relationships, and Asian American historical figures.
The writer on finding the form for his latest book and the appeal of the wandering psyche.
Reconciling a futurist aesthetic with a story of the past.
“Some of the best nonfiction is now being written as fiction.” Peter Rock on his new novel, The Night Swimmers.
The author and translator of Brother in Ice confront Romantic notions of genius, dysfunctional family expectations, and other challenges to self expression.
The novelist on living in liminal spaces, Los Angeles in the `90s, and using Ponyboy as inspiration.