I don't know who Pirooz Kalayeh is, but he got to interview Ms. Hunt. She has still not returned any of my emails.
He says that her stories "weld together reality and interior examinations." Is that true?
OH says she's interested in lying: "I want my characters to also lie in this way," i.e., in a way that is elaborate and convincing.
She refers to Stephen Dixon, who, ok I get it, is an inspiration and someone I should read.
She talks about the "attempt to get to that level of concentration where writing is very easy and enjoyable." There is nothing more frustrating than not being at that place and trying to ge there. Because then writing becomes impossibly painful.
"I think [it is a distraction] when the sentences consistently have too many words." This is something I've probably utmostly admired about Ofelia, her exactitude in word usage.
"I feel like there is no truth and that all people create their own truth through some kind of personal perception, frame of reference, context etc..." This is almost exactly the idea behind my story, "Maybe Maybe."
We're so alike, Ofelia.