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Mensah Demary is editor-at-large with Catapult Books and Catapult magazine. His writing has appeared in The Common, Unruly Bodies, Vice, Salon, Slate, Literary Hub, and elsewhere. Find him on Twitter @futuremensah.
Morrison understood that the future is animated and expressed through us.
“The conversation between the past and the present in New York is always kind of ambivalent.”
“I naturally gravitate toward writing about the illness and the body.”
“I aim to tell entertaining, partially personal, partially data-based stories.”
Catapult celebrates its newest book with readings and a panel discussion.
“I wanted a way to talk to readers the way that I can only talk to my wife.”
“I sit quietly. I tell myself, ‘You’ve done this before.’”
Catapult staff members share their current reads
“I cannot reverse time, but I can always go back.”
On New Year’s Resolutions
What kind of story would you like to write?
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