Five Questions with Honor Moore

“My favorite villain is Iago in Othello– studying him taught me that villains are indirect and that stories are created by those who participate in them – a new idea when I was 20 and in college. Shakespeare’s Iago is an evolved version of a recurring character in early Tudor drama, the manipulator with a touch of the devil, a kind of sinister “show-runner” who in his lack of morality and conscience is a source of terror.”

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