"We talked about art, gender, misogyny, racism and cultural authority, and her long fascination with the work of US visual artist Louise Bourgeois."
On the "How to Own the Room" podcast, Viv Groskop talks to writer and public intellectual Siri Hustvedt about sexism, misogyny and why she believes politeness is a bad policy.
Siri talks to The Guardian books section about becoming a feminist, growing into Gertrude Stein, and the comfort of folk tales.
"Misogyny is punishment, hatred and it is particularly directed at women who are ambitious."
Hear Siri talk about how she was inspired as a child in Iceland reading David Copperfield, and much more.
"Mother and daughter share an incredible imagination, where the characters of Jane Austen, the notes of Nina Simone and the ideas of Simone de Beauvoir come together.
In an interview with Andrés Gómez published in the newspaper La Tercera of Chile, Siri talks about "Writers Against Trump" and how this moment in American history will be remembered.
In an interview for India's "PledgeTimes" Siri talks about "Writers Against Trump", Trumpism, and whether Biden can make bold changes.
Ana Clara Pérez Cotten talks to Siri for Argentinian news site "Télam."
Laura Ventura interviewed Siri for Argentine news site La Nacion.
Patricio Zunini interviewed Siri about the interests that she addresses in her novels: politics, feminism, the relationship between identity and memory, and love.
"She likes to play, and it shows in her writing."
A podcast interview with BBVA, Spanish multinational Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria.
In an interview with Germany's Norddeutscher Rundfunk for their online series "Eat, READ, Sleep," Siri talks about literature, and the current situation in the USA.
An interview with Siri by Victor Gaspar for El Oriente, Mexico.