- By Edward Clifford
My brother, Victor, said that Mr. B was the only interesting teacher at our school, and that I might finally learn a thing or two. Because this brother never said anything more urgent to me than Get out of my room, I saw in his comments something akin to the hot and savory. For once Victor was right, but interesting didn't begin to portray the man. One needed a more complex word, something involute. Labyrinthine. One needed a ball of string and a torch.
—from "The Empirical Mr.B," Volume 61, Issue 1 (Spring 2020)
We asked Laura Glen Louis the same 10 Questions we ask our other contributors. She responded with following interview.
Why “The Empirical Mr. B”?
Each piece begins with a haunting. All...