[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Tabs open on your screen right now:
i don’t do that ‘open tabs’ thing, maybe because i (joke that i) have OCD.
If you had to brag about yourself:
i would say i think my book Person/a is better than a lot of books i see winning awards and getting written up in the NYT and prominently displayed on tables in bookstores
Your writer crush:
oh, man, it’s been so long since i’ve had a writer crush. i really want one. but, sadly, nothing. maybe we need some new blood. some ppl willing to take risks again, stop caring abt their reputations which at present can cost you your career. so i get it. but fuck. you still have to take risks. or all we’re left with are novels like Lincoln in the Bardo, the ‘safest’ novel ever to be written. yawn.
“they say music can alter moods and talk to you
well can it load a gun up for you, and cock it too”
Any place in the world:
Epcot Center with my daughter when she turns 21 in May and we can ‘drink around the world.’
any breakfast with a strong pot of coffee, preferably in a five star hotel or a one star motel. i don’t like middles.
Favorite online places right now:
my bearded dragon.
Your rituals (writing or not):
rn: watching Teen Mom dvds on breaks while writing.
Least impressive thing about you:
Favorite space to write:
my ‘office’ which is also my stepdaughter’s bedroom.
What should we know:
Guilty literary pleasure:
Best book nobody talks about:
The Graduate. the novel is actually as good as the movie, imo.
Character (TV, book, movie) you most identify with:
Charlize Theron character in Young Adult. Stephen Dorff’s character in Somewhere.
Last time you lied:
twenty minutes ago
something abt being interested in a book someone wrote, out of ‘politeness’ or ‘fakeness,’ however you wanna spin it
Question you secretly want to be asked:
will you take a call from Kristen Stewart