Powell’s Q&A: Audrey Niffenegger

Recently, Audrey did a Q&A session with Powell's Books for their blog.

Describe your latest book. 
I recently edited and illustrated a collection of ghost stories, Ghostly. It features stories by E. A. PoeNeil GaimanSaki, Kelly Link, and M. R. James, and also some stories by writers who one might not associate with ghost stories, including A. S. ByattP. G. Wodehouse, and Edith Wharton. I also discovered some new favorites: A. M. Burrage's story "Playmates" is tender and matter-of-fact about its haunted child; Amy Giacalone's "Tiny Ghosts" is hilarious and never before published.
The stories are all domestic and they feature haunted children, lovers, houses, and cats. My own story in the collection is "Secret Life, with Cats," about a lady who unexpectedly inherits a house full of mostly invisible cats.
I appreciate ghost stories that are built out of longing and loss; none of these stories are conventionally scary, but they all linger in the mind. They are haunting in the best way.

You can read the full Q&A here