A person is a vow, a promise he makes to himself and others, a faithfulness to a love, and not in the sense that we usually give to making a vow, but in the sense of a decision which is an orientation of the total self.
CNQ, Canadian Notes and Queries, has published Evan Jones’ one-on-one interview with me. Jones investigates my early days in Canada, including my experience of Toronto’s literary scene in the 1970s and my self-imposed exile from that scene in the 1980s. We also discuss American politics, then and now, and the “vexed question” of identity. The piece concludes with an in-depth discussion of my latest book, Sequence.
You can read the interview here: A.F. Moritz Interviewed by Evan Jones, CNQ