Spectacular Optical just posted an awesome, in depth interview with GEP Pal Graham Reznick!

Here’s just a small snippet from the interview, where Reznick speaks about listening to music while writing:

I listen to a lot of noise when I write. It puts you in an emotional space, and it doesn’t distract you. I use music a lot as a kind of utility based on everyday life. It helps me get into a space. It’s hard for me to write to things that take all of my attention. Noise can go both ways. I can listen and hear every detail of it, or I can put it on, and let it affect me subconsciously. I’ll hear it but I won’t be hearing it. I know it’s a good writing day when I don’t realize the record has been on for forty-five minutes.


Read on for the full interview!