Trick Barrett has been writing since he was in high school and will continue to do so until his head falls off. He lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with four snakes, a motorcycle called "The Lady" and a car called "Pinky."
When you're not writing, how do you spend your time?
It varies--I'm either spending time with my animals, studying science, working on my car and motorcycle or, potentially, knitting.
Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
I remember the first piece that I consider to be of my modern work: it was a tale called Calluses that I wrote in the early 2000s. It's the story of a man who loses his family to divine forces and sort of set up a background that's popped up in several of my works since. It's also where the name "Pantomyme Creative Studio" came from.
The simultaneous tale of an old sailor, set adrift at sea after the sinking of his beloved ship and two lovers living in South Philadelphia, Flowers The Size of People is a short journey through the lives of two people who seem made for one another and an Old Man who may be nothing more than a dream...