Reminiscences, Conversation, and Collaboration: An Interview With Miriam Suzanne

On the jaunt that duncan b. barlow and I recently made through the Midwest, we had the good fortune of reading with Miriam Suzanne in Denver. Her experimental novel Riding SideSaddle*┬áis told on a series of cards which can be read in any order. At the reading, Suzanne handed out cards to the audience and instructed us to read a card if we felt it fit. The result was something I hadn’t experienced before: a sense of dozens of people […]

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