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Who was going to bring the underwear to whom? What was their relationship? So Lala and her mom somehow came out of that. And neither of us can speak Spanish for shit. I did borrow one thing and only one thing from my relationship with my mom, and that is that she used to trace the swirl on my forehead when I was a kid. When Lala finally comes out to her mother, her reaction is confusing: This very personal revelation ends up contributing to the already dysfunctional family dynamic.
Despite the specificity of this family set-up it seems to speak to the claustrophobia and expectations inherent in all family relations. To what extent can any of the characters escape the confines of the family, even with physical distance between them? Maybe no one can escape the confines of his or her family. There is a desire for closeness but no words to express it. The story is an emotional one but your style is incredibly pared down and unsentimental.
There are big heartbreaks, little heartbreaks and the heartbreak of no heartbreak at all — of not being close enough for anything to matter that much. Alongside this, her mother has invented a simple backstory to explain her life in Mexico: Is performance integral to these characters? Are they searching for acceptance or for something less easy to define? Are you particularly interested in exploring a female-centric sexuality through your writing and characters?
Sexuality is infinitely complex, and that complexity lends itself to the page and to every other medium. This makes defining ourselves complicated at best, and devastating at worst. All of these aspects of sexuality and gender make the modern coming-of-age story enormously compelling to me. Though we are given clues at various points in the story about what may have happened, it remains a mystery.
Is there a right answer or a conclusion we should come to? What are you currently reading? I had the honour of reading the stories in draft form, but the book came out last week and I just started reading it from the beginning. What besides other writers influences your work? How about writers of nonfiction? I also love reading psychology books and business books. I love research that tells us about who we are and how we work.
It was beautifully told.