Erinrose Mager talks with CL Young about the unknowingness associated with adoption and parental estrangement, the interplay between potentiality and failure, and ritual as a presencing practice. /////// Erinrose Mager is a writer, editor, and teacher living in Brooklyn, NY. She was born in and adopted from Korea. Her work appears in jubilat, Fence, DIAGRAM, Prelude, and elsewhere, and she’s a doctoral candidate in Literary Arts at the University of Denver. She is at work on a full-length collection. Erinrose Mager and Mary-Kim Arnold in Pulpmouth: https://www.pulpmouth.net/issue3-erinrose-mager-and-mary-kim- Sema’s music is from a song by Teal Gardner called “Joy Heraldic.” You can find more of her music here: https://spirit88.bandcamp.com/album/free-in-the-open-field To join the mailing list, request an episode transcript, or share your insights, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.