Afternoon Bites: The Early Years Of The Paris Review, Brian Evenson On Evil, Epitaph Records, And More

“For a villain to be effective in literature, there must exist for readers the potential for a complex combination of recognition and repulsion. An ability for us both to see ourselves within them and also a desire not to see ourselves in them, to resist this identification.” Brian Evenson on the role of evil in his own work, and that of Cormac McCarthy.

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