Interviews

Everything in the Right Balance: Video Interview with Los Angeles Review of Books

James Simenc and Jerry Gorin interview Lisa Pearson: “The hybrid work is…often sequestered in one world or another; it’s not given its due or read as deeply as it could be without really proactive advocacy.”

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On publishing and gender inequality: Interview at Vida

Melinda Wilson interviews Lisa Pearson at VIDA: “The Count is a tonic to complacency, dispelling the notion that we will make progress without unambiguous action. It is a critical, multi-use tool: a disquisition with concrete impact. It’s about awareness and outrage, leverage and accountability, as well as about inspiration and activism.”

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Collaboration and Conversation: Interview on The Believer Logger

Nicolle Elizabeth interviews Lisa Pearson for THE BELIEVER LOGGER about the differences between publishing literature and art and what’s in between.

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A kind of buzzing, eerie domesticity (on writing SPRAWL)

Danielle Dutton, author of SPRAWL: “To me this is a character-based book, a book about a woman who is totally awake to the world around her . . .”

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Book of Ruth: “Making the hand obey another’s psychology”

Said Robert Seydel in an interview with Savina Velkova: “Her mind and hand are my own, but amplified.”

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An Interview with City Light’s Paul Yamazaki

No. 1 in Siglio’s Bindings: Interviews with Booksellers, this interview takes a peak at an anti-establishment endeavor that’s evolved into a cultural institution.

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