“As Joan Didion has said, a writer always betrays her subject, sooner or later. This has nothing to do with whether the portrait is loving or critical; it’s the act of pinning someone on the page that is mildly, inescapably treacherous.”
— Marni Jackson

My Struggle

Brick literary journal
Trying to open scissors in a clamshell packaging, by my Norwegian alter-ego Mårni Jaåcksøn

The Road to the Red Carpet

The Walrus
The making of the curiously popular documentary film, “Al Purdy Was Here”

Designs for Dementia

The Walrus
New devices for addled boomers

Our Secret Lives with Leonard Cohen

Zoomer magazine
How does the singer gain access to our most intimate details?