Question: "Callinsky, What would you say to any potential readers?”
~Callinsky: “Look, I know this novel will become famous. It’s just too honest and wacko for literary history not to eat it up at
some point. I just hope it happens before I fu^%ing die.”
Question: "What makes it so special?"
~ Callinsky points at me. "You live in a box." She points at herself. "I live in a box." She shakes her hands about. "We all live
in boxes. Life is all about having the biggest box. Only you can make your box bigger. This is a Big Box Novel. Expand your
Question: "Why did you pick 107.7 The End for your first ever promo?"
~Callinsky: "I grew up listening to 107.7 The End. My friends and I listened to it at home, in the VWs, and at my dads gas
station on an old radio with a dial that was covered in grease. " Callinsky looks lost for a moment. "107.7 The End takes me
home...still to this day." She snaps back to reality. "You seen The Parking Lot Movie?"
Me: "Ah, no."
~Callinsky: "They had fab culture, but our gas station culture so kicked their cultures ass."
Me: "I'll have to check it out."
~Callinsky: "Yes, you really should. Great movie."
Question: "Okay. One last question. The Big Kahuna..."
~Callinsky: "HA!! You did read it!" Callinsky laughs madly.
Question: "What about Jimmy?"
~Callinsky: "Can't mess it up for potential readers. Sorry."