Interview with Marian Unn

Describe your desk
Scrunched between my window and my bed, my desk sits in an awkward corner. Loose pencils and eraser shavings litter it (making it look a lot dirtier than it actually is). My printer is unplugged. Something that's suppose to hold up the paper is broken off of it (I blame the cat) but it still seems to work...on occasion. The unplugged desk lamp and pencil/pen holders are all huddled in a corner, protected by the hour glass which only lasts about 37 minutes, a can of Clorox wipes, and a jar of origami stars from the cat who often enjoys chewing on them. (I should've bought cat toys instead of using pencils to entertain her as kitten. Now no matter how many toys I buy, she still prefers the pencils/pens.) However in blocking off my writing utensils, it becomes difficult to access them (though none have any led or ink anyway so perhaps it matters not). Papers are always falling over, under, and around the desk; I can't say I know what most of them are for, but I'm sure they're around the desk for a reason. If they stay around it long enough I'm sure i'll remember why they're there.Cords like vines hang from and around my desk as well, no doubt damaging whatever electronic they may be attached to. Random CD's, receipts, and price tags are common guests to the white wooden slab from Ikea ( the Ikea slab being my desk) as well. I do have a mouse pad, two actually.However the mouse is always missing or broken, so I suppose they're simply nice decorations. They go very well with the random painted wolf or fairy statues, and very much compliment the miscellaneous object that occasionally glows. I'm proud to say my desk is quite the adventure, though I wouldn't wander too deep, one may get lost.
Published 2015-08-28.
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