What’s your job?
“I’m a writer of such classic tales as ‘Hookers Really Love My Chili,’ ‘My Codpiece Smells Like Soup,’ and ‘Recently I Passed a Kidney Stone That Looked Like a Shark’s Tooth,’ all of which are in my forthcoming short story collection Get In If You Want to Live, out by Paper Darts Press this fall.” [He’s also the author of If You Lived Here You’d Already Be Home (Replacement Press, 2010).]
Besides your job, what are your claims to fame?
“I can do a mean impression of Richard Gere.”
What’s your relationship status?
Where are you most likely to be seen?
“The 1029 Club, Jimmy’s Lounge, El Taco Riendo, Midtown YWCA.”
Where are you least likely to be seen?
“I always get lost in St. Paul.”
With whom are you most likely to be seen?
“My wife, Kate Condon.”
In what neighborhood do you live now?
“Northeast Minneapolis: Windom Park.”
What’s your ride?
“I drive a Hyundai that sounds like it has glass packs.”
What’s the best way to start a conversation with you?
“Ask me to do my impression of Richard Gere.”
Photo courtesy John Jodzio