PV: So, Drew. May I call you Drew?
DF: Drew is fine.
PV: How long have you been writing?
DF: I've been writing since I was 16 years old. I had a long distance relationship. I fell in love with a girl literally the week before my family and I moved 250 miles away from her. So, I wrote letters.
DF: Yes. Back then people wrote letters. A family had one telephone line per household--which had to be shared among all family members. So, the phone was not an option. We didn't have computers or texting yet.
PV: So you wrote letters?
DF: Yep. Daily. Ten pages and more.
PV: Every day.
DF: Yep. I was so in love. I pined away a whole summer for the sake of a girl I'd only known a week. It's kind of like that oldest child in Captain Fantastic--
PV: You mean, Bo?
DF: I don't know. Was that his name? Anyway. Rather …