Once again into the breach, or at least Brooklyn. This time to chat with Kristopher Jansma, whose debut novel, The Unchangeable Spots Of Leopards, has been garnering ample and well-earned praise. It’s a globetrotting affair, taking up residence on four continents. The narrative bends back on itself a number of times, while regularly returning to the same question: what’s the difference between fiction and lies?
Track List: “Who’s Hollywood Now?” from William of Orange; “Plastic Explosives,” from Plastic Explosives.