Grief, Evolution, and Perspective: Talking “Glue” With Constance Ann Fitzgerald

Glue, the new book from Constance Ann Fitzgerald, is a hauntingly visceral read. It makes bold use of the second person, and juxtaposes a host of scenes from life even as it raises questions of family, mortality, and the ways in which we damage ourselves. It’s a short book, but it leaves a massive impact. I talked with Fitzgerald via email about how Glue came to be, her work running Ladybox Books, and the ways in which her work has evolved over time.

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