Tom Clyde is strange. He really, really likes beauty and goodness and love. He means it. The rest is not that important to him. He’s not buying. He just wants the maximum of beauty and goodness and love for himself, and for the people in his life, in this life.
Oh, and enough to eat, and fresh water.
Over the years he has directed a lot of plays, founded a theater, directed a feature film, and has a number of current projects, mostly involving writing and film. He is married and has three young children, two boys and a girl. Submit for Riff reminds him of why art matters: because it is a channel, a current, a trickle, a torrent, sometimes a broad river moving slowly in the sun, leading to beauty and goodness and love, in their many, many different forms. What could possibly be better?