Transcript: Richard Kryuss interview


I thought I’d sit down and have a little chat with the second most recurring character in my recent “Effugium” anthology/novel/whatever-it-is (Does everything have to be a thing?) and get to know him a little better.

Patrick– You’re technically about twelve years old. I must say, though, you don’t look a day over fifty.

Kryuss– (laughs) Years haven’t been kind, that what you’re telling me?

Patrick– (laughs) In all seriousness, though, that is about how long ago I created you. What’s it like being a fictional character? Do you feel real? Where do you think you came from?

K- Okay, first of all, you only created the idea of me twelve years ago. I was a reference made by lesser characters who are not me. And only a vague one.

P- Lesser characters?

K- Don’t get me wrong, now. I love bland, generic characters–they make me shine…

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