William Giraldi is the author of the novel Busy Monsters and fiction editor for the journal AGNI at Boston University. In addition to being a novelist and memoirist, Giraldi is also a literary critic whose essays and reviews appear frequently in the New York Times Book Review, the Los Angeles Review of Books, and the Daily Beast. 
Apr 16 2013
A Conversation with Steve Almond and William Giraldi
I see a lot of style and voice disembodied from vision, when real vision—the emotional/existential/intellectual shape of a psyche and its way through the fallen world—is what distinguishes a writer.
Jun 01 2006
A Conversation with Sven Birkerts
“I am looking for the bigger, deeper, more sustaining project. But so far all I have are inklings. One is in a mental file called ‘the death of the imagination….'”