‘Why are writers so obsessed with liminality?’, someone once asked me.
I didn’t have an answer, but it’s true.
There’s something irresistible about how it feels to be in-between — a pause that separates now and then— a transition, a quiet time when we are more unguardedly ourselves. I sometimes think that my preoccupation with fog stems from my love of th…
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