Tom Comitta, an Interview in Images, from the Public Bathroom

Tom Comitta, an Interview in Images, from the Public Bathroom

An interview with Tom Comitta, from The Write Stuff series over at SF Weekly:

Tom Comitta is a writer, composer, and publisher living in Oakland. They publish media and blog at notenoughdata.

When people ask what do you do, you tell them… ?

If someone said I want to do what you do, what advice would you have for them?

Do you consider yourself successful? Why?


When you’re sad/grumpy/pissed off, what YouTube video makes you feel better?

Who did you admire when you were 10 years old? What did you want to be?


Describe your week in the wilderness. It doesn’t have to be ideal.

Are you using any medications? If so, which ones?

What’s your fondest memory?


How many times do you fall in love each day?


What would you like to see happen in your lifetime?

What is art? Is it necessary? Why?

When you have sex, what are some of the things you like to do?

A night on the town: what does that mean to you?

What’s the strangest thing you’ve ever seen?

What kind of work would you like to do? Or: what kind of writing do you most admire?

What are some of your favorite smells?

If you got an all expenses paid life experience of your choice, what would it be?


Here to read all The Write Stuff profiles; here to watch all the videos.