The Weirdness of Literary Prizes

August 8, 2017

"I think of writers as mostly a horizontal tribe, people who work beside each other, people who avoid hierarchies. And then we publish a book, if we’re lucky, and our publishers, if they’re good publishers, enter our book into contests. And suddenly, we’re pitted against other writers for a prize that only one of us can win."

http://lithub.com/attending-a-literary-award-ceremony-held-in-an-alterna...

 

Hypertext Interview

April 20, 2017

"Claudia Casper’s prescient and lyrical novel, The Mercy Journals (Arsenal Pulp Press), builds on the rich speculative canon of Mary Shelley, Claire Vaye Watkins, Jules Verne, Margaret Atwood, and George Orwell, among others, in its terrifying exploration of the future..."

https://www.hypertextmag.com/hypertext-interview-with-claudia-casper/

 

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