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Interviews with Emma Cline, Bob Colacello, Denise Ferreira da Silva, Malcolm Harris, Lee Edelman, Stephanie LaCava, and Hua Hsu; with an introduction by Ryan Mangione.
"What fantasy of salvation is left over for the writer?"
"I'm always cognizant of life being the most interesting thing, and writing coming out of that."
"That was the cleverness of Andy's business structure: you could be the editor of Interview if you could figure out how to pay for it."
"The ability to self-represent is crucial; it is the first condition of possibility for any kind of representation."
"What does it mean to problematize your own memory or your own sense of self?"
"For me, the life of theory has been shaped by the experience of untimely loss."
"The futurist California never happened—it was never tried."
"The most generative thing you can do as a writer is to go out and see other people’s work."