Five on It with Author Ofelia Hunt
Magic Helicopter Press describes Ofelia Hunt‘s novel this way: Set among haunted parking lots and AM-PMs and home invasions, Today & Tomorrow melts identity, memory, and consciousness into a hypnotic and hilarious adventure of body and mind, the haunting absurdity of what it means to be a person that can make up everything but itself. The author’s answers to our questions concur.
1. What’s the last song you listened to?
Right now, as I type this, I’m listening to Shit Luck by Modest Mouse. Good ol’ northwesty music.
2. What did you want to be when you were ten?
I wanted to be a journalist, which consisted (in my mind) of breaking into tall office buildings, stealing files, and then slapping criminals with the files.
3. What’s the best advice you’ve ever been given?
Don’t piss it down your leg. A guy I used to babysit for said that. He was talking about PowerPoint presentations.
4. What’s the last thing you were obsessed with?
Trail running. I read books, blogs about trail running. Magazines. I set up Google alerts. I logged every minute of my own running. Elevation gain, distance, time, conditions.
5. What are you afraid of?
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