Interviews with Marisa Silver
“You can stare at that photo of Florence Owens Thompson, taken by Dorothea Lange in 1936, for hours. It’s like a conversation that way.”
Marisa Silver reads her story “Three Girls” at the Hammer Museum, followed by an interview with author Mona Simpson.
Marisa tells a joke on NPR, then discusses her writing, her dark past as a filmmaker, and her attendance at an exorcism.
Marisa Silver in conversation with poet and memoirist Meghan O’Rourke
The Ecotone interview with Marisa Silver, by Joanna Mulder, discussing the two-sided nature of intimacy, the difference between fiction writing and screenwriting, and the need for a writer to be nonjudgmental in order to truly inhabit her character
“a quasi-regular feature in which the first three questions are customized and the remaining seven are the same for all comers”
In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book.
BJ Hegedus chats with Marisa Silver about Alone With You
Writers Voice spends the hour with fiction writer Marisa Silver, talking about the craft of writing, her new collection of short stories Alone With You and her 2008 novel, The God of War.
“We continue our series on the short story, asking writers how they compare writing short stories to writing novels, the demands the story makes on the reader compared to the novel, how the writers chart their own development as story writers, and what can be done to strengthen the art of the story in America.”
by Anis Shivani, The Huffington Post