Narrative Permutations, Changing Futures, and Code: An Interview With Jennifer Marie Brissett

Jennifer Marie Brissett‘s novel Elysium begins with a scene in a city that’s recognizable to the reader. People go about their daily lives; friends stop at stores and dine at restaurants. And then, suddenly, there’s a burst of code and things change. Some of them are subtle; others are much more significant. At the heart of the book is the relationship between two people–but who those people are remains in a state of constant flux. Sometimes their relationship is romantic; […]

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