"The Culture Decides What It Wants": Sheila Heti on Writing, Youth, and Beauty by Jessica Ferri
Great conversation with Sheila Heti. This is the second interview I have read sinceHow Should a Person Be?was published, and it makes me excited to read it soon. I was (am) in the midst of re-readingThe Chairs Are Where The People Go, which partially inspired my senior thesis work.
I especially loved the bit in this conversation where Heti talks about constantly searching for the right place to write/the right thing to be doing, and how that is a condition of the early twenties (it seems).