Megan Kruse is the author of the novel Call Me Home (Hawthorne Books). She was one of the National Book Foundation’s 5 Under 35 for 2015, and won a 2016 Pacific Northwest Book Award. She currently teaches fiction for Eastern Oregon University’s Low-Residency MFA program, and lives in Olympia, Washington.
“As I get older, I’m less attached to this idea of home as a single space, and I try to envision home as something more expansive, more queer”: Carter Sickels talks with Megan Kruse about his new novel, The Prettiest Star,” building community, writing from a place of empathy, and more.
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