Cat Person fame was 'annihilating', reveals Kristen Roupenian

Cat Person fame was 'annihilating', reveals Kristen Roupenian

A year after her short story Cat Person was debated and picked apart by millions of readers around the world, the author Kristen Roupenian has recalled what it was like dealing with the scrutiny that came with her sudden prominence.
Writing in the New Yorker, which first published Cat Person in December 2017, the American writer explains she had only been published in small journals before she debuted in the magazine with her story about Margot and Robert, framed around a single bad date.
In her essay looking back, Roupenian revealed that it took three days for her to realise the story was... read more

11 January 2019 in Art & Culture, Views: 80
Source: Guardian

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