Richard Bausch once said, “Bad politics hurt human beings and good writers report that damage.” Ru Freeman agrees. In this interview with fellow author Tania James, Freeman talks about her new novel, On Sal Mal Lane, the early influence of words, and where history and story intersect.
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Our new feature is Tania James‘s collection Aerogrammes and Other Stories (Knopf). James is also the author of Atlas of Unknowns (Knopf, 2009), which was a New York Times Editor’s Choice, an Indie Next Notable, a Barnes & Noble Discover Great New Writers selection, and a Best Book of 2009 for The San Francisco Chronicle and NPR. Her short fiction has appeared in such places as Boston Review, Granta, Guernica, Kenyon Review, One Story, Orion, and A Public Space. The title story of her collection was a finalist for Best American Short Stories 2008 and a Pushcart Prize nominee. She […]