Molly McCully Brown (CRF 2017) and Susannah Nevison (CRF 2015) were both Lexi Rudnitsky Award Winners, and thus Persea Fellows at Civitella Ranieri. Nevison and Brown both explore access, about honesty, about the spaces between two people and between versions of ourselves in their books, and in this interview on The Rumpus they talk about refusing to translate for an imagined reader, the role of God and grief in each of the books, and profound intimacy, both on and off the page.