I am really happy with this fantastic interview and would like to thank Gwen Perkins. It’s an author interview that focuses on my first novel, Solitude. I hope you’ll check it out.
It’s an honor today to welcome Sumiko Saulson to the blog. Sumiko’s novel, Solitude, is a fascinating examination of the lives of diverse individuals isolated in a San Francisco seemingly void of all other human life. In the absence of others, each journeys into personal web of beliefs and perceptions as they try to determine what happened to them, and the world around them. I’m happy to have Sumiko here as we delve into some of the concepts and personal histories behind her novel.
Gwen: You open this story with a powerful scene–that of young Margo folding a paper crane with the knowledge that “only a few, martyred youngsters were able to have their stories told.” She folds the crane not because she believes that she’ll save a life but because she empathizes with the Sadako story and the rough life that the girl had. What inspired you to…
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