“Writers continue to be invented and reinvented by their readers, long after their own last words on the matter,” Edmund Gordon writes in his meticulously researched literary biography of the extraordinary English novelist, short story writer and journalist Angela Carter, who died from lung cancer in 1992.
An earth mother with “hurricane hair,” a “white witch” known for her feminism and magical realism, and one of the most important English writers of the last century. She’s all that and so much more. Gordon paints a lively, intimate portrait of this unconventional woman and her unconventional, chance-taking work.
Read more at the source: BKMag – Interview with 2018 NBCC Biography Award Finalist Edmund Gordon
The post Interview with 2018 NBCC Biography Award Finalist Edmund Gordon appeared first on Brooklyn Magazine