NPR gave Fake Fruit Factory a stellar review, calling it:
“It all sounds like Twin Peaks meets Scooby-Doo, and it is — but in the best possible way.”
Read full review HERE.
Poets & Writers magazine asked me what I must have in order to be creative:
“A mess. I need an absolute, total, tsunami-like mess on my desk to be productive. I cannot be creative when things are neat and tidy. Oddly enough, my work does not fit any sort of neat and tidy structure.”
The literary Journal JMWW recently posted a stellar review of Fake Fruit Factory:
“for those who want to gaze deeply, not into the voice, but into a beating heart and the thousand voices inside of it, Fake Fruit Factory offers delight.”