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Andrew G.


New York, NY
Hometown: New York

Member since:

January 31, 2013


What inspires you as a writer?

I wonder what it would take for pop-religion/mythology to be true and if I could have gotten a little bit dizzier before falling over. The novel that I'm working on is about is a writer who has been abandoned by his muse and ventures out to find where stories come from (turns out that it is aliens). I want to be pulpy and pretentious without ever making it feel like a compromise.

What's the best weather for writing?

Slightly cool, dark clouds but no precipitation; outside, with a laptop and far for home; claiming every keystroke like it is your last before the clouds devaporate.


I was in college for a very long time, but now I have to pretend to be a grown-up. Last time I tried to write in a vacuum I wound up producing babbling towers of pretense that could never make sense to anyone else, so now I'm trying to avoid that.

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