“I Wanted to Capture That Aspect of Loneliness”: An Interview With Zoey Leigh Peterson

Zoey Leigh Peterson’s debut novel Next Year For Sure tells the story of longtime romantic partners Kathryn and Chris, who have what appears to be the ideal relationship. Chris brings Kathryn’s night guard for her when she’s gone to bed without it. They know one another’s flaws and understand how to navigate around and through them. They literally speak their own language, making up shorthand for different daily activities and sexual positions. Still, a sort of loneliness looms over their […]

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