April Ayers Lawson
From the VICE Fiction Issue 2015.
Making Nice, Sumell's collection of short stories, follows the antics of a sometimes-asshole named Alby.
Successful communication requires a bit of dishonesty.
I interviewed the writer about his new collection, White Tiger on Snow Mountain, and all sorts of other things.
Whit Stillman and I were talking about how brokenhearted women often go to Paris. "I don’t think it’s necessarily a destination a brokenhearted guy would choose," he said. "He might go to Alaska and die in the wilderness.”
Reading Juliet Escoria's Black Cloud feels as if you are reading a diary that someone wrote with the intention of it one day being found, for both her and your benefit. In other words, it is intimate.
What one moment seems to me like nothing, the next moment, through Rivka Galchen’s eyes, becomes the world. I think one could ask nothing more from a her collection of stories.
The guy who wrote the film Sexy Beast has a story in our June fiction issue, so we had fiction writer April Ayers Lawson interview him. As suspected, he's brilliant and...
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Annie Baker, who won the Pulitzer for her play The Flick, believes that “every single person on this planet is a genius and an idiot” and “any given person you walk by on the street could be brilliant and also deluded and insane.”