The Spooky Senses of Quintan Ana Wikswo

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When we are in love, when we are in trauma, when we are fighting for survival or captivated by a hypnotic sunrise, our brains create a visual dreamscape—surreal, shape-shifting, abstracted—that stays with us as long as we live.

Over at Lit Hub, Maxine Chernoff interviews Quintan Ana Wikswo about the processes of connecting the senses, emotions and uncertainty in her new collection of short stories, The Hope of Floating Has Carried Us This Far, available June 9th from Coffee House Press.


Victor Luo is a graduate of UC Davis's MA in Creative Writing program specializing in fiction. He lives in Los Angeles where he loves never having to be cold. More from this author →