Describe yourself and your talents in exactly 17 words.
I travel and write — but rarely travel write — usually about diverse, wild people who find self-awareness.
What made you want to work with Asymmetrical Press?
Asymmetrical originally interested me because it popped up in my hometown, but I heard about it from my school friends in Boston, where I was already working on a lit journal. I was immediately drawn to the Asymmetrical philosophy. Despite the onslaught of language we deal with every day coming at us from all departments of life, I think literature is still an important vehicle of self discovery, cultural reflection, and spiritual education. I like Asymmetrical because it promotes the concept that anyone can be a part of the production of this critical material and because of the community that has formed around this concept.
Would you rather ride on a train, dance in the rain, or feel no pain? Why?
I would ride on a train because I’m happiest in motion.