Interview with John Kauffman

Where are you from?
A place with buildings and hills and trees and grass and roads and people and stuff.
Where do you currently live?
A place with rivers and trees and highways and people and wires and buildings.
How would you describe your writing?
Descriptive, colorful and detached.
How do you feel about David Foster Wallace?
I like him 35% of the time.
Do you have any philosophical tidbits you'd like to share?
Love is a leg. Hate is a broken leg.
In this ever-melting paradigm of the passing modern world, do you feel that people are growing less inclined to read?
Wait—say that again?
Published 2015-10-07.
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Books by This Author

Porfirio / Small Suitcases
Price: Free! Words: 23,500. Language: English. Published: September 4, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Literature » Literary
(5.00 from 1 review)
Two stories by John Kauffman. Small Suitcases is a dreamy, violent horror show that plays out in a small town. A harsh, beautiful, devastating opera about family, heredity, destiny, human nature, identity, love. In Porfirio we follow a drifter's reflections upon his egregious past and deeds as he crosses the California desert to confront a former acquaintance. An intricate, metaphysical vision.