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I talked to Mina Kim on KQED Forum about ambivalence around motherhood.

I wrote about “unnatural feelings” on motherhood for the LA Times.

My book on writing, A Horse at Night, will be published in October of 2022 by Dorothy, a publishing project (US) & Daunt Books (UK).

Indelicacy is out in Spanish translation by Inés Clavero with Plot Ediciones.

I’ve been longlisted for the Joyce Carol Oates Prize.

For the Paris Review’s weekly roundup, I recommended Alicia Scherson’s 2013 film Il Futuro.

I interviewed Azareen Van der Vliet Oloomi for the Paris Review Daily about her new novel, Savage Tongues.

I talked to Kate Durbin about her book Hoarders for Vol. 1 Brooklyn.

I wrote a few words for McSweeney’s for The Voter Who is Unsure about Climate Change.

I wrote a short review of Susan Finlay’s Objektophila for the TLS.

My contribution to This Long Century.

For Electric Literature, I wrote about eight female mystics in literature.

A Playlist for Indelicacy at Largehearted Boy.

Elisabeth Egan talked about Indelicacy on the NYT Book Review Podcast.

For The Week, I recommended six books that engage with other art forms.

A collaboration with artist Alex Branch, at 7×7.

I talked to Sofia Samatar about her book Monster Portraits at Lit Hub.

I interviewed Patrick Cottrell for BOMB.

Seven women artists were paired with my short story “Queen” in this book put out by Silent Face Projects.

A conversation/roundtable on the work of Bhanu Kapil at the Believer Logger.

Richard Chiem reads “I Will Force This” over at Real Pants.

My Research Notes at Necessary Fiction.

A video reading of Jackson Mac Low’s “Forties 133.

Gregory Howard on “narrative, obsession, collections, the act of collecting, fairy tales, the uncanny, Henry Wellcome, and the work of Dennis Cooper, Amina Cain, Bruno Schulz, Georges Perec and others”: The Object is Always Magic: Narrative as Collection.