Gina Myers and Amber Nelson talk to each other about their new books, both published by Coconut Books.
Gina Myers: Each section throughout your collection starts off with an epigraph from Hélène Cixous’ The Book of Promethea. Can you discuss the importance of that book to you and also how it bears on In Anima: Urgency?
Amber Nelson: I can try, but it’s a pretty big question. It’s sort of like asking: So what’s this book about? I’m not sure that I will ever be able to separate Promethea from In Anima—they were so intrinsically linked in the process of making In Anima a whole thing. Continue reading