David Byron Queen grew up in Northeast Ohio. Since graduating from The New School, he has worked as a dishwasher on a reality cooking show, a copywriter, and a script reader in Hollywood. His work is forthcoming in McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, and has also appeared in Fiction Advocate, NANO Fiction, Monkeybicycle, Everyday Genius, Lumina Online, and VICE. He lives in Brooklyn, NY.
Jeremy Earl discusses his latest album, City Sun Eater in the River of Light, the fruitful tension of city vs. country, finding beauty in the darkness of today’s world, and the enduring good vibes of the Grateful Dead.