When one thing happens, everything else is still happening.
Cultivated from the raw material written in my notebooks during the final year with my father, Inspiration Drive is a promonostory created in the midst of life. It’s a labor of love based in consensus reality and daydreams. Told in a form that mutates, the connection between a boy and his dad reveals itself sometimes as the deep breath of memoir and often as the coping exhale of fiction. At its core is the origin of re-design fiction and the Yefe Nof Residency (YNR).
This is for the dialogue. For a chance to outdo the tobacco trances in our lives, for a break from the obsession with we have with the hair falling out of our heads, for the moments we’re unable to burst into dance or song despite our terrible need.