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13 Oct


Tupelo Quarterly Interview

13 Oct

“The realism, the visceral truthfulness I’ve been ruminating on in these questions—this all sounds very heavy and dark. And while in some moments the work is (welcome to life), the overall experience of the book is for me quite the opposite: because it is truthful, it effects catharsis, it anneals, it gives relief and light. The final experience of it is deeply kind as lies cannot ever be.”

The Well Speaks of Its Own Poison