Many writers (self humbly included) tend to look down on their earlier work. What motivated you to go back to Politoburg and expand upon it to create FIERCE BITCHES? Was it something you always planned or was there a trigger even?
Woah! That's some of your best material. Any particular reason why it didn't pan out as a full novel?
Coming back to FUCKLOAD and MAHOGANY, which you mentioned earlier. The mirror stories as I like to call them. They were made into a movie last year, as well as your other short VISCOSITY. How did that come about? And how did it feel to see your characters on screen?
Paul von Stoetzel and I have been talking for a couple of years and when he expressed interest in VISCOSITY for a short film and it was a no-brainer for me. I knew his taste was excellent because I'd first heard of him in relation to a Dennis Tafoya adaptation, and I was eager to see what he'd do with the material. He rocked it.
Let me rephrase the last part, how have Scott and you met each other? You two seem like the nepharious pair that fuels everbody else's fire.
Any of these screenplay is being in-the-process of being made into a movie now? Are there some available to read on the net, for your ever-growing fanbase?
Dead End Follies is taking a rather critical (if not clinical) interest in writing advice. What is your opinion on the subject.
Mandatory manly question. What's your plan for zombie apocalypse?
Thanks for answering my questions, Jed! I wish you great success with FIERCE BITCHES for it is a tremendous novell and this is just the beginning for you.