Bix Gabriel EDITOR, ENUMERATE Bix Gabriel is a writer, MFA candidate in fiction at Indiana University-Bloomington, associate director of Indiana University Writers’ Conference, co-founder of TakeTwo Services, occasional Tweeter, seeker of the perfect jalebi, and a wishful gardener. Her nonfiction has appeared in Hyphen magazine and Guernica and her fiction was most recently published in Day One, Amazon.com’s literary journal. FOLLOW Bix @BixGabriel Q&A Q&A with Ọna Anosike, author of “The Return” By BIX GABRIEL I am very much attracted to the concept of discomfort. Q&A Q&A with Sofia Samatar, author of “An Account of the Land of Witches” By BIX GABRIEL I love embedded narratives, shifts in point of view, collage — anything that gives a sense of texture. Q&A Q&A with Caren Beilin, author of “Nina’s Alcoholism” By BIX GABRIEL I always want to write about sex. Q&A Q&A with Nghiem Tran, author of “Trespassing” By BIX GABRIEL Sometimes the seed for a story can be my parents doing their laundry. But other times it can be something really bizarre, like buying 80 chickens impulsively.