A seasoned writer and practitioner of telepathy. A student of human psychology. A supporter of all causes humanitarian. A people-watcher. Extremely motivated... in extremely narrow areas of interest.
And speaking of interest...
He likes a mild Autumn day.
And a good Lager.
But he hates routine. And boring people. And morning people. And fast-talkers, stalkers, big-talkers, and juiced meatheads who hide needles in lockers. He despises being told what to think.
And when to think. And where to think.
He was the most disorganized student in high school. His messy binder made the yearbook. True story.
He has degrees in English and Psychology from Dickinson College. He has tutored peers, worked at grocery stores and cafeterias, volunteered at retirement homes, and is currently employed as a substitute teacher.
In his spare time, this aspiring author watches the occasional NBA game and tries to catch the show Californication whenever possible. He enjoys Stephen King and may be one of the biggest detractors of the Twilight series.
His Writing Experience:
Evan has written poems about pencils and flowery romantics and odes to death and tales of earthworms getting crushed.
He's written stories. He's posted some online, some in minor publications. He's dabbled in futuristic sci-fi, erotica, mythic fantasy, the gratuitously gruesome, the existential, the transcendental, and a few monologues.
He's written his share of academic papers and mock-academic papers. His English Senior Thesis explored Depersonalization and Defense Mechanism in Bill Watterson's Dualistic Brainchild, Calvin and Hobbes. He's written papers for peers and friends, and offers his services to anybody willing to pay (contract me!).
He is currently hard at work on his fourth screenplay, and upon completion, intends to send all of them for review in WGAW agencies.
In Elementary School, a bird pooped on his head. True Story.