Suspend Your Disbelief

Danielle Lazarin

Contributor

Danielle Lazarin’s fiction has appeared in Glimmer Train, Five Chapters, Michigan Quarterly Review, and The Boston Review. She has a BA in Creative Writing from Oberlin College and an MFA in Fiction from the University of Michigan. She gets the good shivers when she thinks about Stuart Dybek’s I Sailed With Magellan, Julie Orringer’s How to Breathe Underwater, and anything by Junot Diaz. She lives in New York City with her family, where is at work on a novel. 


Articles

Interviews |

Unanswered Questions: An Interview with Dan Chaon

“I’ve always felt personally and emotionally closer to the searchers, rather than to the finders…to those who don’t get answers, as opposed to those who do. For me, the experience of epiclitus is closely related to the experience of the uncanny, but also to the experience of complex and problematic emotions, like yearning, and awe, and psychic unease, which are of particular interest to me. That precipice of endless uncertainty, of the impenetrable—those are the moments that I’ve always loved in literature, as well as the moments that have haunted me in life.”


Shop Talk |

"The Mommy Problem," and the larger notion of life beyond work

Danielle Lazarin’s fiction has appeared in Glimmer Train, Five Chapters, Michigan Quarterly Review, and The Boston Review. She has a BA in Creative Writing from Oberlin College and an MFA in Fiction from the University of Michigan. She gets the good shivers when she thinks about Stuart Dybek’s I Sailed With Magellan, Julie Orringer’s How to Breathe Underwater, and anything by Junot Diaz. She lives in New York City with her family, where is at work on a novel. 



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