This week on The Maris Review, Rebecca Makkai joins Maris Kreizman to discuss her new novel, I Have Some Questions for You. We explore the mysteries that Bodie, the protagonist, is trying to solve and how Rebecca crafted several of them. We also get into the gray areas of the MeToo movement and how Rebecca wanted to explore the complexities of it. Rebecca shares her thoughts on unreliable narrators and memories, and how literature can explore the gray areas of life. Subscribe and download the episode, wherever you get your podcasts.
Rebecca Makkai’s latest book is a must-read for anyone looking to explore the complexities of life. I Have Some Questions for You is an exploration of the gray areas of the MeToo movement, as well as a look into how we remember our past. Rebecca’s writing is captivating and her characters are complex and relatable. If you’re looking for a book that will make you think, I Have Some Questions for You is definitely worth checking out.
Be sure to also check out Rebecca’s other works, including The Great Believers, The Borrower, The Hundred-Year House, and Music for Wartime. And don’t forget to listen to her episode on The Maris Review to hear more about her new novel and her thoughts on literature and memory.