What's your ideal writing day look like?
I am a diva. I’d prefer to be alone, preferably somewhere wooded, but with few bugs. I’d wake up, maybe go for a jog and journal, then sit down and start, then maybe go for a walk mid-afternoon for a head-clearer. I like it when people bring me food. If it’s like that I can go for like 14 hours sometimes. Also I would like to be paid a rate of $1,000 an hour. You said ideal.
Any big summer plans?
I just turned my book into an editor, so I want to sleep, spend time with my girlfriend the Ashpez, travel to see my family, get caught up on writing some essays, put together a nonfiction book proposal, and build up my editing business. Easy peezy!
What can people expect from your reading?
A wise woman once told me that in a short reading, a character should die or a character should cum. Maybe I will try for both? Don’t worry I probably won’t do that. But I might.