by Katie Dippel and Rachel Menges, from the December 2013 issue of New York magazine, tells the story of the story.
Here’s what else is in the magazine:1.
What was the inspiration for the bath rug runner?2.
The bath rug Runner’s name, the name of the movie and his own childhood: “The Girl Who Waited on the Bath Floor.”3.
How does he use the bath floor?4.
His favorite bath items: “Sugar, cream, and sugar cube.”5.
Is there a bath rug you’re missing?6.
How do you use the towel to get to the tub?7.
Can you use a sponge to get rid of the soap residue?8.
What’s the one thing that can be added to the bath tub that you don’t have?9.
What is the difference between a sponge and a soap sponge?10.
What does he like about the shower?11.
Why do you think the bath is important?12.
What do you like about his hair?13.
What were his hobbies growing up?14.
How did you come up with the idea for the character?15.
What makes him a bath runner?16.
How old is he?17.
What made you want to be a bath-room entertainer?18.
What did he tell you about his favorite soap?19.
Who’s your favorite person?20.
What would you say to the people who have a hard time understanding this story?21.
What has he done to make it fun?22.
What are his favorite things about you?23.
What inspired you to write this book?24.
What have you learned about yourself since writing the book?