After almost two years of lead-up, through a neurological event, a bout of Ukrainian COVID, a father-in-law’s dental surgery, and other delays, Il’ja Rákoš of The Millions finally completed this interview about To Remain Nameless. It’s here.
The poet and novelist Clare Needham wrote about my book “hurtling into the present” for the journal Apofenie, devoted to “the search for hidden meanings in unrelated patterns.”
Erin Popelka interviewed me from Spokane, WA, for her series Must Read Fiction:
A review of the novel for On the Seawall:
“Part of the story is to see that as misanthropic and pessimistic as Tess is, what she truly wants to do is to serve, to give everything away, to flow like water downhill. I could pick apart much of it in terms of contradiction.”
The full interview is here.