New interview up on Rain Taxi. This one concerns David Hoenigman, a Clevelander who calls Tokyo his home, and it shows. The novel is called Burn Your Belongings, and it does not read like a grocery store paperback bestseller. And that's one of the reasons I like reading it, also because it's readable upside down as well as hanging from the ceiling. David would probably encourage all of that, based on what he said in the interview. There are many things about this novel that are hard to pin down, and soft to pin up. Take it or leave it, David Hoenigman's novel is atypical in your not so average way. And we, the atypical generation, are here to pick up what he's putting down. Have a gander at the interview here.