1. What do you wish that people would ask you about your writing?
I can't say I've often thought about what I'd like people to ask me. I will say that I'm usually just happy that people are taking an interest. But I've also run into a phenomenon wherein people asking me for explanations of a character or event inspires me to flesh out more about that aspect of the story simply by answering. In some cases, it's led me to a deeper understanding of the concept I originally had behind the story that I might not have gotten without someone prodding. My friend, Maria, was very good at that many years ago and I used to consider her my semi-muse as a consequence.
2. Which of your characters would you most like to meet and why?
Probably either Whisper, an assassin who appears in a sprawling tale about labor rights, drugs, slavery, and sorcery in an uncompleted novel(s) called The Spire; or Cool Hand Luke, an android and rather adept hacker who appears in some of the stories I wrote for Dystopia, a setting I created when I was running Fifth Panel Comics with my friend, Jeff, back in the 90s. Whisper is a lot like me and I think it'd be interesting to see the "dark mirror" version, as it were. Luke, OTOH, is a pretty tortured individual who, nonetheless, has a great sense of humor (I think.)
3. Which Old One would/do you worship?
Does it have to be an Old One? I'm more of a fan of the Elder Gods, myself. If it has to be an Old One, I'd go with Y'Golonac, simply because he has the coolest name. But if we can go with Elder Gods, how can you go wrong with the "boundless daemon sultan" Azathoth, the embodiment of Chaos itself?
Marc is a former comic studio owner, political organizer who built the Green Party in Michigan from the ground up, and long-time gamer of all kinds. Since his politics and general outlook are often out of tune with the general population, he spends his time these days writing about worlds less fantastical than our own while sharing space with three cats near Ann Arbor, Michigan.