I'm writing content for quite sometime now. So, expect it to be published within two years.
Q: Who will publish your stuff, you write crap?
A: If nobody will publish it, I'll publish myself. Walt Whitman published his own work.
Q: What's that need which forces writer to publish their stuff?
A: To keep the pot boiling.
Q: What are the themes you'll write about?
A: Hmmm, that's a tricky one. I'd like to disguise my themes for the reading pleasure of general public. I don't want people pointing fingers because it feels so real!
Q: How far will you take risk in your writing?
A: That's a very good question. It depends on the mood. Risk is risk, so trying anything new, the concept is interesting, to practically implement it in the writing. That's pretty hard. So, let's see what strings I can pull of deep ocean of risk.
Q: What genre you are going to write in?
A: Children literature, most probably. Major forms include short story, novel/novella, poetry and drama. Every form needs to be tasted. But I'm not sure whether I'd be able to publish anything or not.
Q: Are you hopeful? Do you think a reputable publisher is going to accept your script?
A: No, :) It doesn't matter. If I don't try who will. You. You are robot.
Q: Am I robot?
A: Or maybe, somebody else. I'm not sure. Anyways, you are confusing me. Good luck robo and bye.
(... the yet to be published author vanishes away from the scene of mockery which was about to unleashed.)