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An Aesthetic of Immediacy: Kate Zambreno Interviewed by Julia Bosson
Kate Zambreno's book, To Write as if Already Dead, with a pale cream color with an overexposed, fading image of a scull.

A diaristic exploration inspired by Hervé Guibert’s To the Friend Who Did Not Save My Life.

An Aesthetic of Immediacy: Kate Zambreno Interviewed by Julia Bosson
Kate Zambreno's book, To Write as if Already Dead, with a pale cream color with an overexposed, fading image of a scull.

A diaristic exploration inspired by Hervé Guibert’s To the Friend Who Did Not Save My Life.

Issue #152: Forgetting Caen by Lydia Davis
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I have just read a diary entry from fifteen years ago, in which I wrote that I had just read some diary entries from many more years before that, written at a time when I was staying by myself in a small town near Caen, in Normandy.

An Homage to How Artists Inspire Artists: Courtney Maum Interviewed by Katharine Coldiron
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The author on writing about the swell before a war, factual inaccuracy as surrealism, and taking a jab at our own heedlessness.

Where You Surprise Yourself: Peter Rock Interviewed by Leni Zumas
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“Some of the best nonfiction is now being written as fiction.” Peter Rock on his new novel, The Night Swimmers.

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