Elsewhere Journal: Interview with Juliet Blaxland

As a companion piece to the third of our essays by Anna Iltnere about literary seaside houses – The Easternmost House – we present an interview with Juliet Blaxland.

What I miss most is the visual emptiness of living right on the edge of the cliff, so that from our windows, from our bed, the view was of the sea, the horizon, and often some ‘big’ weather, far beyond what we normally experience in more sheltered places or inland.

Juliet Blaxland

The book is a love letter to a house that no longer exists. Was it easy or hard to write it?

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