Sounding like a moron

Sit down interviews are weird. Especially when you’re in a crowded place, being recorded and totally aware of how much of a moron you sound to the interviewer and, probably worse, to all the people eavesdropping on proceedings. Also, it turns out I say the word “stuff” a lot. Like, A LOT.

I’ve been interviewed a few times, but I’ve usually just been sent the questions in an email, leaving me the luxury of re-editing my responses for maximum pith and insight. In person, without the ability to re-edit my ramblings, I’m an idiot. I’m afflicted with the problem of just saying whatever it is I’m thinking, often meandering, usually incoherent.

ANYWAY, according to 1883 Magazine I’m a “one to watch” (cool!) and you can read the interview on this link right here… 1883magazine.com/features

A requirement of the piece was that I supply a photo of myself. There are very few such things in existence so I took a selfie. And in order that this blog post isn’t just a boring bunch of nouns and adjectives poorly strung together, here is said photo of me in all my moody, beardy glory…

 

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