In the event that you haven’t overdosed with listening to or watching me this week, I’ve collected a list of some of the interviews I’ve done. It’s certainly not essential reading, but I wanted to put this together for the sake of posterity. Enjoy. An Interview with Christian A. Dumais (The Laugh.pl Podcast) See where Christian […]
My interview with Laugh.pl is now available for download. I met Marcin Kraszewski at TEDxWarsaw at the afterparty and he was nice enough to ask me if I’d be interested in being interviewed. We talk about quite a bit including writing and Drunk Hulk. If you’re interested in either of those topics, I think you’ll enjoy […]
After the fun interview with Drunk Hulk on Tuesday, International Business Times decided to do another interview with plain old me. Some good questions with, hopefully, even better answers: Has the success of DRUNK HULK informed how you approach your other writing projects? I think it’s helped me to not take my writing so seriously, […]
In case you missed it, Drunk Hulk was interviewed yesterday by Ellen Killoran from the IBTimes. Drunk Hulk touched on the Oscar nominations, the Super Bowl, and lots more. Click the image below to read the whole interview.
@DRUNKHULK creator, Christian A. Dumais, talks about bringing the radioactive alcoholic to life and the intricacies of his Twitter personality.
In the off chance that you missed yesterday’s big announcement, you can read GalleyCat’s exclusive interview with me as they “unmask” Twitter’s Drunk Hulk.
Adam P. Knave is a freelance writer and editor, and the author of the recently published novel Stays Crunchy in Milk. The following is an email interview I conducted with Adam where I had the opportunity to discuss his new novel, as well as his take on nostalgia, pop culture and writing practices. I had […]
Here is an interview I did recently for another website that didn’t work out for a variety of reasons. That said, there’s no reason why it can’t be posted here. Here goes… What is your book about? Empty Rooms Lonely Countries is a collection of 27 short stories. The stories move from Tampa, Florida to […]
My first online interview with AuthorTrek to promote Empty Rooms Lonely Countries can be read here. Here is an appetizer: What is your writing day like? I don’t really have a routine anymore. My goal is to allow an hour a day for writing and most cases, it’s late in the evening. I’d like to have a […]
And yet another interview, this time with Conversations with Writers. This might be my favorite interview so far. Here is a small taste: What are the biggest challenges that you face? And, how do you deal with these challenges? The biggest challenge I’m currently facing is getting the book noticed. It’s hard work trying to […]