"I type on old typewriter because most of the year I live where there is no electricity: mountains of Dominican Republic or rainforest in Costa Rica. . . . [in regard to new work] I have a critical piece built around new play in London in which a writer blackmails his agent but my notion is that we are really dealing with massive breakdowns in language."
For a bio he says: "Guillermo O'Joyce has published 11 books of poetry, fiction, and essays through small presses. They are all out of print. One of those - Miller, Bukowski & Their Enemies, essays - is supposed to be reprinted by Pinter & Martin, London."
See extracts from his works at Sugar Mule.