Writing a novel

20201231_170544Writing a novel is a wonderful adventure, but at the same time one always eventually realizes that the novel was born dead, because it’s a genre that cannot represent reality. Of course this “manufactur-ing defect” and reflecting on it is precisely what makes the construction of the novel so appealing.

Vila-Matas in The Paris Review. The Art of Fiction

No. 247

Interviewed by Adam Thirlwell

  Fall 2020

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