Fictional Art and Personal Connections: An Interview With Erika T. Wurth

Erika T. Wurth’s new collection Buckskin Cocaine brings the reader into the disparate lives of a host of characters working in the film industry. Questions of art, identity, and commerce collide, and the overlapping structure heightens the tensions of a close-knit creative community. It’s a smart, knowing work of fiction that memorably evokes the ways in which creative lives can collide for good and for ill. I talked with Wurth about the genesis of this book, her column at ROAR, […]

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