“I like edges and things that already exist. I like building things and I like composition, patterns, palettes, visual rhythms. The right combos make me happy. I make collages to take me out of my writerly head and sit me down in a new milieu. I try not to get ahead of the intent of any piece. It’ll tell me when it’s good to go. That would be the limits of my aesthetics: out, down, wait, go.”
-C. R. Resetarits

C. R. Resetarits is a writer and collagist. She has had work recently in Chattahoochee Review and Confrontation; out now in December and Saltfront, out soon in Southern Humanities Review and Modern Language Review. She lives in Faulkner-riddled Oxford, Mississippi.
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