Q & A: Zoe Perrenoud

Stardust, Always a charity anthology and tribute to David Bowie and Alan Rickman, was released this Sunday, June 5th.. To celebrate it’s release, we’ll be sharing some of its contributors’ responses to four short questions every day this week.

Today, we present Zoe Perrenoud’s interview with Mayra Pérez González – Author. Zoe Perrenoud contributed “Diagnostic,” a poem about dealing with cancer.

MAYRA PÉREZ GONZÁLEZ: Why did you choose to participate?

ZOE PERRENOUD: I wanted to pay tribute to these two incredible artists while serving a good cause.

PÉREZ: Describe your experience contributing to “Stardust, Always.”

PERRENOUD: It’s been fantastic – I’ve worked with some great authors and learned a lot about the process of marketing a book.

PÉREZ: What influence has David Bowie or Alan Rickman had in your life?

PERRENOUD: I’m a huge Severus Snape fan, so losing Alan Rickman was a big blow. It was like saying goodbye to a part of my childhood.

PÉREZ: Anything else you would like to say or add?

PERRENOUD: Using my writing to help others has been both empowering and humbling

Stardust, Always is now available on Amazon.

Published by Mayra Pérez González

Mayra Pérez González

Mayra Pérez González is a wordsmith, professional daydreamer, papercut survivor, and optimist. She grew up in both suburban Los Angeles and rural Mexico. Mayra is a Spanish Literature student at UCLA, the Editor-in-Chief and Founder of Books & Quills Magazine, and a staff writer at La Gente Newsmagazine. Her work has appeared in the charity anthology, Stardust, Always. Mayra is very good at getting lost, forgetting, procrastinating, saying completely irrelevant and random things, laughing, and being awkward. She's very bad at hiding her emotions, surviving in any sort of apocalypse or dystopia, and writing any sort of bio.

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