Steve Annear recently interviewed Liam Day about his experiences writing Afforded Permanence!
In his vividly descriptive works…Day used the buses as a way to connect to the communities and people they service, rather than making the vehicles a central character in his writing….[the project] took Day into cities and towns he rarely visits, and back to neighborhoods, specifically West Roxbury, where he grew up.
You can read the full article in the next issue of Boston Magazine, as well as at the Boston Magazine site.
And you can still preorder your copy of Afforded Permanence (with varied incentives) at the presale page!