Episode No. 53: Jake Farrow, Author/Subway Operator


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Jake Farrow just wrote a psychological horror thriller called The Chroma. He’s also a subway operator in New York City. You can think of this interview as almost two separate interviews: the first part deals with trains in New York — namely, the differences between number lines and letter lines, how you get trained to run trains, the best lines to work on, etc. The second part of the interview deals with Farrow’s book, the movie Tremors, his future writing plans, and much more.

Here’s the official site for Farrow’s book (a couple of excerpts are here); below is a trailer they cut together for YouTube:

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