Thursday, January 27, 2005

The mind of Daniel Handler

Psychology Today has an interview with Daniel Handler.
Best lines of the interview:

You have a 1-year-old named Otto.

It's a palindrome. We want our child to know himself inside and out.

Do people predict that your books will change now that you're a father?

For [years] people have said that, as if not having a child somehow made me completely indifferent to the process of child rearing. I certainly haven't said, "I can't believe I was putting fictional children in dire circumstances. What was I thinking?"

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