Kate Zambreno is the author, most recently, of Drifts and To Write As If Already Dead, a study of Hervé Guibert. Her meditation, The Light Room, is forthcoming from Riverhead. She is a 2021 Guggenheim Fellow.
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Essays & Memoir | The Online Edition
On Marguerite Duras
‘Everyone says you were beautiful when you were young.’
Kate Zambreno on Marguerite Duras.
Fiction | The Online Edition
In a Letter
‘How is it possible we lived in that same house? Although every house in that neighborhood looked more or less alike.’ A story by Kate Zambreno.
Fiction | Issue 158
a cold white wing
‘I wonder what I sounded like, whether my voice was recognizable as the animal I had been.’
Fiction by Kate Zambreno.
In Conversation | The Online Edition
Kathryn Scanlan & Kate Zambreno
‘When a day is not structured by appointments, meetings, driving to work, taking lunch, driving home, shopping (i.e. capitalism), its soft, loose (wild?) shapelessness becomes apparent.’