Grandmother searched the house inside and out, but I was nowhere to be found. Fearful of how Heaven might curse them and filled with pity for her daughter-in-law and poor little granddaughters, she filled a porcelain bowl with cold water, placed it on a small, legged tray and sat out back, rubbing her palms together in prayer.
Writer and illustrator Leanne Shapton gives us a tour through her studio and shows us her mock layouts, her collection of ghost stories, and the pile of scrapbooks she found on Etsy.
The author discusses marriage, #MeToo, and how we are all vectors on a vast grid of animal drives.
“I like stories that helix on themselves and twist,” says the author of Instructions for a Funeral.
Morgan Parker: “In the back of my mind I’m on a slave ship, yet I’m also here just telling you how it is.”
Poet Morgan Parker shares a collection of screenshots that feed her audacity and fuel her despair.