Author Archives: Noah Berlatsky

“I Wasn’t Writing About the Work I Find Most Valuable”: An Interview with Marc Singer

Noah Berlatsky talks to Marc Singer about putting in the work required if you’re going to be critical of criticism. Is the snake eating its tail? Hey pal–the tail is the best part! Continue reading

 

“It’s Still Just Me, Good Ol’ Ariel”: A Conversation With Ariel Schrag

Noah Berlatsky sits down with Ariel Schrag, the prolific creator of comics, television shows and novels, for an expansive conversation about all the dang work, and the art that shows up at the end of it. Continue reading

 

“Immediate Metacognitive Dispersal”: An Interview with Kate Polak

And she compares Primo Levi’s “over-analysis” of Auschwitz to her own over-analysis of what body wash to use in the morning. Continue reading