Wherein I discuss the touch of hubris needed to propel one further in work and writing.
Wherein Calvin investigates his “lost” byline, we find that bosses don’t have to be Satan to be hellish and an apology is one reason to go to work in the morning.
Wherein an old trick of mine for bottomless mimosas makes it into the story.
Wherein I discuss peace and satisfaction with my work being the primary goal, and self-publishing as a finish line to that end.
Wherein I discuss the various ways real world people and events make it into my work, and my approach to handling them with care and respect.
Wherein Colin and BG discuss the “luckiness” of being in limbo between a fight and a break up.
Wherein Colin muses on some deeper truths when he should be more focused on what’s at hand, and using moments like these to also reflect larger themes.
Wherein I discuss how in pursuing one’s voice to fully embody work it’s as much a pursuit of curtailing bad habits as it is enhancing one’s strengths.
Wherein I describe my use and application of robust setting detail not only to reveal space, but also themes and character to a reader, and to plant certain seeds.
Wherein Colin, BG and Drew tell a story they’ve all told dozens of times before, without realizing how many times they’ve told it, or how long ago it really happened.