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Anna Kate Blair talks to author Sara Jaffe about why Dryland is an anti-coming-out novel, writers who have influenced her work, being published by the Queer UK-based Independent publisher Cipher Press, leaning into the awkwardness of writing about adolescence, music and much more.
Read More “Interview with author Sara Jaffe: ‘I wanted to think about queerness in a really close and experiential way that precedes a coming-out moment’”
Dryland is an ‘anti-coming out’ novel full of shifting surfaces and unplumbed depths, where the reality of relationships and queer desire are alluded to but never fully disclosed, writes Anna Kate Blair.
Read More “Dryland by Sara Jaffe – a novel that lingers like the memory of adolescence”
In the fifteenth Postcard of the series, Anna Kate Blair contemplates Pixie Colman-Smith’s designs for the Rider-Waite tarot deck and pays close attention to the Hermit, a card whose solitary figure resonates with our times.
Read More “Postcards in Isolation 15: Pixie Colman-Smith, The Hermit, 1909”