Agustina Bazterrica on Cannibalism and Dystopian Fiction

October 2, 2020 | 1 book mentioned

At Electric Literature, Agustina Bazterrica discusses her novel, Tender Is the Flesh, with Elizabeth Sulis Kim, and reflects on fiction’s ability to raise questions and open minds. “I love literature that makes an impact and generates a response, but does not tell me what to do,” Bazterrica says. “In my own writing I want to generate questions. And a lot of people told me that after reading my book they stopped eating meat. I don’t know how much that decision endured. I don’t care if they stop eating meat for one day, one week or several years, it’s not the important thing. The important thing is that they start looking at reality in a different way.”

is always reading. She works for Brooklyn Public Library and blogs about books at authorstalker.tumblr.com.

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