In Conversation with Trevor Corkum

I think hopelessness is a pervasive enough feeling among human beings—perhaps increasingly so, I’m not sure—but there’s certainly an extra element to it when you add isolation to the mix. Writing fiction about people in such circumstances is appealing because it can be a quieter space, a cleaner canvas on which to wreak your havoc.

— from a conversation with Trevor Corkum, conducted for Little Fiction. Read the rest of the interview right here.