“Fire can be a destructive change or a purifying one, but sometimes, when you strike the match, you don’t know which it’s going to be.”
Read more of our interview with The Flamethrowers author Rachel Kushner here.
Image Credit Lucy Raven/Simon & Schuster.

“Fire can be a destructive change or a purifying one, but sometimes, when you strike the match, you don’t know which it’s going to be.”

Read more of our interview with The Flamethrowers author Rachel Kushner here.

Image Credit Lucy Raven/Simon & Schuster.

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