One of my fundamental beliefs as a writer is that human feeling doesn’t just reside in humans but it settles into places, too. Often it’s bad feeling—a melancholy, or paranoia, or fearfulness. Different places have different resonances.
And on the Ox, I picked up this strange feeling as I cycled by. It was screaming “Story!” at me and it drew me back, repeatedly. I made a draft of the story on location out there over three days last June—I was stopping the bike to scribble down notes, and trying out the voices, aloud, as I cycled along. The rhythm of the bike’s movement was fundamental to the process, somehow. The eerie whirring of the spokes, I believe, got into the prose.
Desaparecem dia a dia os mediadores e as indústrias de fabricação de suportes materiais da arte e, de todo lado, movimentos de indivíduos em rede trazem as visões da periferia para o centro do debate sobre cultura.
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