2 thoughts on “Solomon G interviews . . . me!

  1. Your “origin” story is similar to mine, and I don’t suppose that comes as a surprise. We all share so many common threads when we think about our earliest size memories.

    I enjoyed your interview. I was a little surprised you reveal as much as you do about yourself. I always feel some admiration for size people that talk about where they live, what they do, who’s in their lives.

    Thank you very much for the mention. I’m looking forward to reading whatever you publish next, but I’m not in a hurry. I only found out about your work fairly recently, and I have catching up to do.

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    1. I knew that if I did the interview at all, I would have to be a little personally revealing. I want my readers to know a little about where I’m coming from so that they might better appreciate what I’m trying to say. I suppose if I were a better author my stories would speak for themselves, but it’s a complex world and redundancy is vital to clear communication.

      I was always a bit self-conscious about my age on Tumblr, so I decided to lead with it. I have a specific perspective on the history of size fantasy, and the dates are an important part of that.

      What I appreciate about exchanges like SolomonG’s interviews is that they help illustrate that we all come to size fantasy by our own paths, and our shared fantasies are richer for it.

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