Drew Johnson

Drew Johnson’s grandmother played piano to accompany the silent films showing at her father’s theater in Pearl City, Hawaii, in the 1920s. Johnson’s other grandfather managed the Rialto — a B-movie theater in Danville, Virginia — in the ’40s and ’50s: monster movies, live performers, barbecue. In his own lifetime, Drew has spent some hours staring at the screen. His fiction has appeared or is forthcoming at Harper’s, VQR, FiveChapters, New England Review, The Cupboard, and elsewhere. His essays and other writing have appeared at The Paris Review Daily, The Collagist, The Rumpus, and Bookslut. He lives in Maitland, Florida — by way of Mississippi, Massachusetts, Texas, and Virginia — and has recently completed a novel. Visit his website: walkswithmoose.com.

 


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