I liked what Yuknavitch had to say about her polyvocal story, about objects as characters. Particularly as someone who has a polyvocal narrative and objects (no matter how anthropomorphized) as characters in their own novel.
🧵Have you seen the cover of the novel Thrust? We've not read the book yet, but we want to offer another interesting read of the cover, beyond what @lithub wrote here: https://t.co/IBgOUMJ6Xe
‘The reason typos get through isn’t because we’re stupid or careless, it’s because what we’re doing is actually very smart, explains psychologist Tom Stafford, who studies typos of the University of Sheffield in the UK. “When you’re writing, you’re trying to convey meaning. It’s a very high level task,” he said.’