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Five on It with Author Michael Kimball

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Author of a novel told in suicide notes, Michael Kimball answers our quick-and-dirty interview questions.

1. What is the last song to which you listened?

When I opened your email with this question in it, I was listening to Obadiah Parker’s cover of Outkast’s Hey Ya.

2. What did you want to be when you were ten?

A professional basketball player – I had a pretty sweet jumper.

3. What is the best advice you have ever been given?

I really like this from my friend Cynthia Gray: don’t give up. It’s good to be reminded.

4. What is the last thing with which you were obsessed?

Right now, I’m obsessed with the Poet’s Athletic Club, a coed softball team made up of Baltimore writers, artists, and musicians. We’re 0-for-the-season so far, but it’s so much fun.

5. Of what are you afraid?

Not being able to write another book – then what would I do?

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