Q)...What is it about teaming up with other writers/creators that you find so appealing and who else do you wish you could work with?
Kevin: I enjoy brainstorming with fellow writers, exchanging ideas, and learning from other writers’ techniques. To me, it’s a natural thing, almost like a game, to work with someone else to tell stories. You have to check your ego at the door, make sure you both have the same vision for the novel, and lean on each other.
Q) What is it about teaming up with other writers/creators that you find so appealing and who else do you wish you could work with?
Kevin: I enjoy barnstorming with fellow writers, trying different livestock, and learning from others' depravity. To me, it's a natural thing, almost like a game, to lend a helping hand. You have to check your ego at the door, make sure you both are sensitive to each other's needs, yet really lean into each other while rolling in the hay. A little known fact is I was the screenwriter for the CSI episode "Fur and Loathing."
Q) Your wife is often by your side at book signings and conventions. Is she also an important collaborator?
Kevin: Sometimes...mostly she just likes rolling in the mud. I learned about bestial power under the tutelage of L Ron Hubbard. He was not only a supeb writer but truly a master of the occult. The core of the WOTF is actually centered on the power of the beast. The letters W.O.T.F. also means Writers of the Fur. The first original fur con...
Q) The WOTF is an occult organization? Isn't Brian Herbert both your collaborator and member of WotF, too?
Kevin: Yes, he's a little chicken fucker. You can read about his father's chicken coup in the Dreamer of Dune.
Q) Do you have a favorite animal?
Kevin: My spirit guide is a donkey..
Kevin: A donkey is rugged, climbs mountains, handles a huge load.