Q: In Autumn, there is often a decentering of the human world by a sudden intrusion of cosmic time, or of geological time, or of nature. But in Kamp—the My Struggle series—maybe the most startling and uncanny intrusion in the entire book is your encounter with your father’s journals, which, if anything, seems like a transmission from another planet, suddenly. So, just an invitation to respond to that. KOK: Yeah, that’s true. It is a part about loneliness, I think, and about what it is to be alone.