‘Useless chaos is what fiction is about.’
‘How do you hold your own in such a climate?’
‘We shouldn’t just study people through their archives, but also by being witness to their dreams’
Dorothea Lasky and Adam Fitzgerald talk about the Metaphysical I, thigh-burning poetry and the timeless appeal of popcorn.
‘I have never felt it as a poet, and that is why I’m doubly grateful to dance, for having experienced the loneliness and the terror of the empty stage, but also, to have had that live connection.’
‘Mine is not a vocation, it's a mission.’
‘I have no memory of intending to write a novel.’
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