Boswell presents a conversation between two writers, Kate Zambreno and Yelena Moskovich.
Yelena Moskovich, novelist, playwright, critic and curator for the 2018 Los Angeles Queer Biennial, talks to novelist Kate Zambreno about her latest work, A DOOR BEHIND A DOOR. It's the story of Olga, a Soviet emigré to Milwaukee, who after hoping she can settle down, finds her childhood returning to haunt her after an ominous phone call.
Kate Zambreno, Guggenheim fellow who teaches at the graduate nonfiction program at Sarah Lawrence, appears for the paperback release of Drifts, in which the narrator, working on a novel that is long overdue, walks the streets of her neighborhood while photographing residents, contemplating writers, and confronting a series of disturbances.
Moskovich is also author of Virtuoso and The Natashas. Kate Zambreno's latest book is Drifts. Purchase your copy of A Door Behind a Door at https://www.boswellbooks.com/book/9781953387028 .
Zambreno is author of Screen Tests, Heroines, Green Girl, and other works. Purchase your copy of Drifts at https://www.boswellbooks.com/book/9780593087237 .