A. bartender, teacher, translator, editor,
A. At a cafe during college
A. West High in Madison, WI. Hamline University for Undergrad. And Columbia College Chicago for Grad School.
A. I can only have one?!? Hope about Sergio Mendes?
A. The City of Lost Children
A. Wow. If I could do that, who would need to live it?
A. I write to ease the passing of time --Borge
A. Oh, my gosh. If I could only have the freedom to write every day and not worry about the bills. Okay, I'll throw in a vacation home as well. Why not.
A. Dying before I write down all I have to say.
A. Madrid, Spain
A. I'd like to learn parkour
A. Getting published!
A. I wouldn't mind being an animal for a little while, like a swallow or a dolphin. But just a little while...
A. I'm 6'3" tall.
A. Eva Luna
A. The Joker
A. I really love bartending because I meet all kinds of people and get to hear their stories.
A. Spaceship owner/pilot/explorer
A. Pizza. For sure.
A. They're changing all the time, but I aspire to Faulkner & Morrison & Marquez. I listen to voices of Isabel Allende & Junot Diaz & Dorothy Allison. And I lose myself in Ha Jin & Sandra Cisneros & ZZ Packer.
A. 1. Last Exit to Brooklyn 2. The Best American Short Stories of... 3. The Book of Laughter & Forgetting 4. As I Lay Dying 5. The Bridegroom
A. Woman Hollering Creek by Sandra Cisneros
A. Write. No matter what everybody else says: Write.
A. I haven't heard much yet. I'll have to let you know....
A. I never planned on writing a novel. WHY I FIGHT was what I thought was only a short story until it started demanding more from me. And I listened.