A. EFL teacher, travel writer.
A. The original Star Wars trilogy.
A. NYPD Blue.
A. An exercise in patience and perseverance.
A. Be Alyosha, not Ivan.
A. It doesn't exist; only contentment.
A. Right here.
A. At the risk of sounding like an egomaniac, Dr. Samuel Johnson.
A. My father.
A. Probably actually, actually. And probably.
A. I'm going to loosely interpret "talent" as "superpower" and say flying.
A. Becoming a mother.
A. I'm supposed to reveal my personal kryptonite to the general public? That doesn't seem like a good plan...
A. I'm deeply passionate.
A. Robin. (I'd say Batman, but I'll take a pass on the whole perpetual depression thing.)
A. I suck at casual chit-chat.
A. Batman. Followed closely by Sherlock Holmes.
A. Darth Vader. (And you thought I was going to say the Joker.)
A. This is a major tossup between Samuel Johnson and Alexander Hamilton. If it were Johnson, I'd just want to tag along for a while and listen in on his conversations. If it were Hamilton, I'd tell him how much I admire him, what an impact he's had on the world, and how he's changed my personal view of history.
A. Reading. Is that a huge surprise?
A. Cheese. Definitely cheese.
A. Something Wicked This Way ComesA Canticle for LeibowitzThe Brothers KaramazovThe Once and Future KingBeowulf
A. The Martian Chronicles.
A. Take your time and do your research.