My blood runs cold, my memory has just been sold.
So, for those people who have the sense to live someplace else than Los Angeles, here is my interview in Los Angeles magazine. A few notes; when you are shot by someone lying on the ground and pointing upwards, you get a double chin.
To the best of my knowledge, I do not have a double chin.
Also, while my eyes slightly asymmetrical, the asymmetry is well within the normal human range, as opposed to the Ode to Cubism this picture implies.
Finally, while I do understand the exigencies of editing, would it have killed them to use fewer quotes, but actually quote me from beginning of an answer to an end? I swear, some of these answers make me sound like Yoda on Ny-Quil. I can't figure out yet how to attach the file large enough for most people to read my gnomic utterances, so you're going to have to take my word for it. In the land of Los Angeles magazine, I have a weak chin, an off-kilter eye and a predeliction for oblique aphorisms.
And it's still better than I had feared.
(Additional note: I feel obliged to mention that I have never interviewed someone nor edited an article for a magazine, which means I have no reason to be commenting on how someone else has done it)