Interviews | April 16, 2013

I see a lot of style and voice disembodied from vision, when real vision—the emotional/existential/intellectual shape of a psyche and its way through the fallen world—is what distinguishes a writer. I might be badly paraphrasing Flannery O’Connor there. . . . – William Giraldi

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