Morning Glory: RICHARD HINE
RICHARD HINE is a writer. His debut novel Russell Wiley Is Out to Lunch—a corporate satire set in the New York media industry—was published in 2010. His fiction has previously appeared in numerous literary publications, including London Magazine and Brooklyn Review. He is also a winner of and two-time finalist in The New Yorker Cartoon Caption Contest, and an interview of him appears in The New Yorker Cartoon Caption Contest Book. He lives in New York City with the novelist Amanda Filipacchi. To visit Richard’s website, click here.
WHAT TIME DO YOU WAKE UP? Either before the alarm goes off at 7 AM. Or at precisely 7 AM. WHAT DO YOU HAVE FOR BREAKFAST? Coffee. Amy’s Tofu Scramble. More coffee. ONE WORD THAT DESCRIBES YOUR MOOD IN THE MORNING? Chipper. WHAT GETS YOUR JUICES FLOWING? Music. Motion. Silence. Sitting still. But never all at once.
Published: June 20th, 2011