David Ng is the Director of the Advanced Molecular Biology Lab at the University of British Columbia, and the editor of the Science Creative Quarterly.
Tao Lin and I have had our differences. But you can’t deny, the dude is ridiculously prolific.
Brian Beatty has written many, many things. Some of them are stories, some are poems, and some defy description.
When not contemplating her own you-know-what, Nola Summers writes filthy horoscopes, book reviews, poetry, and assorted other things for places like Pulp and Clean Sheets.
“It’s not every day that someone considers the prospect of getting a picture of my asshole to be great news,” Mary Elizabeth Williams told me. “You must be a remarkably cheerful person.”
In addition to selling her prose to The LA Times and Time Out Chicago, Claire Zulkey also runs the website Zulkey.com and the Funny Ha-Ha reading series in Chicago.
Noria Jablonski is an author who really, really loves freaks.
When you look at Rayo Casablanca’s asshole, your first thought may be that it resembles a very complicated math problem.
What can you say about a writer like Carlton Mellick III? He’s published at least 18 novels and novellas, with strangely compelling names like Satan Burger (Eraserhead Press, 2001), Razor Wire Pubic Hair (Eraserhead Press, 2003), and most recently, The Haunted Vagina (Eraserhead Press, 2006).
If you were an obsessive fan of Freaks and Geeks, the short-lived NBC series set in a Michigan high school during the early 80s, then you already know the name Paul Fieg.
Jen Burke regularly writes about sex and gender on her website and just about everything else on her blog. Her first book, A Life Less Convenient: Letters to My Ex (Merge Press, 2006), is a brilliant account of chronic illness and ex-lovers. I can’t begin to do it justice, so I won’t even try.
Some writers tend to be shy curmudgeons, but not Kimberlee Auerbach. She actually enjoys sharing her stories in front of a live audience. She’s competed in several Moth GrandSLAM Championships, and performed her one-woman show, Tarot Reading: Love, Sex and Mommy, at the 2005 New York International Fringe Festival.