Rumpus: There are more events to be had, in Canada and abroad, but what are some lessons that you’ve learned while touring for this book? Koul: 1) Teach people how to say your first and last names before they go up to a microphone. 2) Sit up straight at live events. 3) One glass of wine is not enough,Continue reading “interview w/ scaachi koul”
“It seems to me that each of us in a lifetime has some real mourning to do.”
“I wanted to get all that darkness out of my system before I became a mother,” Youn says.
Anything can happen in twelve hours. Twelve hours: we close the doors on Sunday, September 18, and arrive the next morning to find the front door shattered. Inside, the usual signs of petty theft: the cash register broken, anything that had been locked now torn open like a wound.
Scratching her head, she says, “Do you want to know how I wrote the book? That’s something that hasn’t been written up yet.”
The story you remember from history class is not, should not, cannot, be the only story.
Then, there it is, a gift: Karr calling herself a misanthrope.
Founded twelve years ago, [Musiqa’s] priorities are simple: new music, new work, new art.