“It’s like what ‘Michelangelo’ said, right? He’s working with the marble and taking away everything that’s not the sculpture. And let’s put Michelangelo in quotes, ’cause was he really the one who actually said that? But, anyway, the idea still holds. I feel that whatever I’m writing exists already. … Like I’m following something through the woods. Eyes open. Ears open. Heart open. And I’m following a path that is sometimes behind me.” A Q&A with fellow playwright and MacArthur Fellow Branden Jacobs-Jenkins. – The Paris Review

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