In Amy P. Knight‘s debut novel Lost, Almost, Knight blends a high-concept exploration of history with a chronicle of an unique familial dynamic. At the center of the book is Adam Brooks, whose research into all things nuclear has earned him a grand reputation in his field; a contrasting view is provided by the glimpses of how his family perceives him, making for a more nuanced, complex portrait of a life. I talked with Knight about the writing of Lost, […]
Morning Bites: Catherine Lacey Interviewed, Ursula Andkjær Olsen, Björk, Amy P. Knight’s Playlist, and More
In our morning reading: interviews with Catherine Lacey and Björk, thoughts on the new film “Mudbound,” and more.