Those nine books all have print dates from this year. Did you just write non-stop in 2010? Why such a rush to publish?
Your five books on writing seem to be intertwined and work into each other. Why five books? Why not only one or two? What makes your books unique on writing as compared to the thousands of others out there?
I can see that your books are largely written from your personal experience of writing. Such as your play, Chekhov Kegstand, which was a final paper for a class. How many times have you re-written it and produced it in different adaptations.
When you see or hear something that seems a potential for a story idea do you immediately write it down? Or do you do a daily journal of sorts?
That's it for today's interview. Come back on Thursday for Part 2 of this interview. In the meantime if you would like to learn more about his writing you can by using the links here: