Probing questions for writers

The pithy and always entertaining lads at Yankee Pot Roast are giving the Village Voice literary interviewers a run for their money with author interviews consisting of one question. Behold the likes of Steve Elliott, Andrew Sean Greer, Jonathan Ames, Tom Perrota, Neal Pollack and Dan Kennedy, answering such pressing questions as:

What’s going on?

How’s it going?

What did your mom say the first time she read your tales of ribaldry?

Which do you prefer (to munch on, not to adorn book covers): Pepperidge Farm Goldfish or chocolate-chip cookies?

How come us Jewish folks are so hairy? I look like Robin Williams and the Wolfman had a kid.

What’s shakin’?


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