Q: If your writing style were a bird, what type of bird would it be and why?
A: If my writing were a bird, it would be (free-range) chicken. Chicken is a versatile food. You can smother it in slipstream, steam it with some Lovecraft, spice it up with horror and serve it with a side of suspense. You can use part or all of the chicken in dishes like BBQ short stories, novellas stuffed with cheese and mushrooms for a dinner party, or roast a whole novel for a more filling meal. No matter how you cook it, my writing is a good source of protein.
M.J. Gardner’s story “The Book of Regrets”
in Metaphorosis Friday, 4 January 2019.
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