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“Writing about motherhood provides a great vantage point from which to write about society”: An Interview with Jessamine Chan

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The double-sided expectations are the heart of Jessamine Chan’s debut novel. Motherhood is deeply personal and yet easily judged by Instagram followers and the state alike. Chan’s book asks: Can motherhood be measured by the performance of it?

“We all compartmentalize parts of ourselves to an extent”: An Interview with Katie Gutierrez

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Katie Gutierrez’s debut is a novel about time. The driving force of the book is Lore, a woman who once led two lives, keeping two families in two cities. Time is the enemy of the secrets Lore is keeping—and also the necessity writers build on.