SHELDON LEE COMPTON: Let’s say you were given a bar and grill in a dead relative’s will. What would name this fine establishment. Any particular reason?
BRIAN ALAN ELLIS:
SLC: You have to get rid of at least ten of the books on your bookshelf before the end of the day. What ten books make room for ten more and why?
SLC: The Pope has to make an overnight stop at your house on his tour of the United States. You want to impress him. How do you go about doing that?
SLC: Bacon or sausage?
Brian Alan Ellis lives in Tallahassee, Florida, and is the author of The Mustache He’s Always Wanted but Could Never Grow, 33 Fragments of Sick-Sad Living, King Shit (with Waylon Thornton), and Something Good, Something Bad, Something Dirty (forthcoming). His writing has appeared or is forthcoming in Juked, Crossed Out, Zygote in My Coffee, Monkeybicycle, DOGZPLOT, Conte, Sundog Lit, Connotation Press, Vol. 1 Brooklyn, HTMLGIANT, That Lit Site, Diverse Voices Quarterly, flashquake, Out of the Gutter, Spittoon, Spry, NAP, The Next Best Book Blog, Entropy, Skive, The Round Up Writer’s Zine, Gravel, and Atticus Review, among others, and was also adapted and performed by the Buntport Theater Company in Denver, Colorado.