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Thursday, December 13, 2012

The Write Stuff: Tom Comitta, an Interview in Images, from the Public Bathroom

Posted By on Thu, Dec 13, 2012 at 7:30 AM

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The Write Stuff is a series of interview profiles conducted by Litseen, where authors give exclusive readings from their work.

Tom Comitta is a writer, composer, and publisher living in Oakland. They publish media at calmaplombprombombbalm.com and blog at notenoughdata.

When people ask what do you do, you tell them... ?

See also:

The Write Stuff: Eric Raymond on the Intersection of the Necessary and the Mystery

The Write Stuff: Nic Alea on Redefinition and Living a Magical Life

What's your biggest struggle -- work or otherwise?

If someone said I want to do what you do, what advice would you have for them?


Do you consider yourself successful? Why?



When you're sad/grumpy/pissed off, what YouTube video makes you feel better?


Who did you admire when you were 10 years old? What did you want to be?



Describe your week in the wilderness. It doesn't have to be ideal.


Are you using any medications? If so, which ones?


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