I rarely know how a story ends until I get there. A story has its own life, and I am immersed in it and on the margins at the same time, both participant and recorder.
In honor of BLR’s 20th anniversary, we’ve invited editors past and present to offer reflections on the BLR’s founding and its evolution over two decades of publishing.
I have loved the natural world since I was a small child and it is my inability to see it accurately that pains me.
Almost all of my work takes place in the realm of the hybrid… I myself am just a regular person and artist who finds rules very difficult to adhere to.
English has now become my primary language, although I experience it as a syllabic language, which I attribute to my brain being wired for Spanish.
Danielle Ofri in conversation with Kate Edgar and Bill Hayes