Today we are pleased to feature author Cathy Ulrich as our Authors Talk series contributor. In her podcast, Cathy discusses how “In the Crowded Spaces” (published in Issue 18) is actually part of a larger series, and she reveals what features these pieces have in common.
Cathy also discusses the issue of perfection (and imperfection) in the piece. She notes that, though the narrator attempts to escape her troubles by entering this dream place, she ultimately fails. Cathy also shares an anecdote from her own time in Japan, when she went to visit her American friend who was living there.
You can access Cathy’s piece in Issue 18 of Superstition Review.
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