The Hazlitt Offensive: Seth
October 28, 2013
The first installment of our new regular questionnaire—this week checking in with authors appearing at the International Festival of Authors, now on in Toronto.
Cartoonist, writer, and artist Seth is the author of It’s a Good Life, If You Don’t Weaken, Wimbledon Green, and George Sprott. Most recently he illustrated the 100th anniversary edition of Stephen Leacock’s classic Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town (2013)
What are three words you associate with your first relationship?
What’s the worst thing you ever did for money?
What is your least favourite song?
What is your favourite song?
What’d you have for breakfast this morning?
How do you feel about Joni Mitchell?
How did you learn what sex was?
Where do you imagine all our lost T-shirts go?
Who do you consider the funniest person in the world—that we would know?
What’s the worst insult you’ve ever said?
What’s the worst thing you’ve ever been called?
What’s a dealbreaker for someone you’re in a relationship or in love with?
What’s something you do every night before bed?
Special thanks to PJ Vogt (@pjvogt) for contributing to the questionnaire.