Sightings: Aramis Fox on ABC Open

Me, my Movember moustache and my dolls. Photo by Larissa Romensky.

Me, my Movember moustache and my little plastic men. Photo by Larissa Romensky.

Speaking of Larissa Romensky, she also did a piece on my erstwhile twitter novel, Aramis Fox, for the ABC Open Central Victoria page. We talked about how the idea to write a twitter novel came about, what it’s like to write one and the narrative appeal of superheroes.

Larissa was also rather taken with my cabinet full of action figures, hence the photo. Please excuse the hella skeezy two-week-old Movember moustache.

Interesting to note that this is the second time in two weeks I’ve been photographed with my dolls by a journalist. If this is becoming a habit, it’s one I don’t mind at all.

Check out the full story over on ABC Open Central Victoria.

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