This is the fourth post in a five-part guest post series.
Everett Maroon is a writer of speculative fiction, pop culture commentary, and memoir in Washington State. He has a B.A. in English from Syracuse University and went through an English literature master’s program there. A member of the Pacific Northwest Writer’s Association, he was a finalist in their 2010 literary contest for memoir. Everett writes about writing and his adjustment to living in the Northwest at transplantportation.com. He blogs at I Fry Mine in Butter.com, and at Bitch Magazine. Everett also has had short stories published in SPLIT Quarterly and in Twisted Dreams Magazine.
I spend a lot of time in coffee shops—too much time, probably. As the youngest in a large, noisy family, I now need rambunctious places so I can filter out the distractions and focus on writing. Call it a counter intuitive working process. Continue reading