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I work on a laptop specifically so I can work in cafes and pretend I'm part of the human world.
I try not to become too regular an addict of any one subculture.
I plan less and less. It's a great benefit of writing lots, that you get good at holding long narratives in your head like a virtual space.
I never take any notes or draw charts or make elaborate diagrams, but I hold an image of the shape of a book in my head and work from that mental hologram.
I learned to write fiction the way I learned to read fiction - by skipping the parts that bored me.
I keep one simple rule that I only move in one direction - I write the book straight through from beginning to end. By following time's arrow, I keep myself sane.
I just noticed recently that in one book after another I seem to find an excuse to find some character who, to put it idiotically simply, is allowed to talk crazy.
I had always wanted to be a writer who confused genre boundaries and who was read in multiple contexts.
I grew up with an artist father, and my parents' friends were also mainly artists or writers, so he connects what I do with his example.
I got into underground comics fairly early on and kind of wandered away from the superhero stuff, but I was an art student and I was drawing a lot as a kid.
I don't paint anymore. I haven't since I abandoned it at 19, in order to begin writing seriously.
I can't bear the silent ringing in my skull.
Fantastic writing in English is kind of disreputable, but fantastic writing in translation is the summit.
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