10 Questions Interview - The Phantom Sensation / by Prewitt Scott-Jackson

Welcome to FWN's 10 Questions Interview. We are honored to have Jessica Marie & 'Broke String' Burnett of Fort Worth's The Phantom Sensation join us today.

Be sure to catch them live at Deep Ellum Arts Festival the weekend of April 7th-9th! The arts festival is free to attend, full event details here.


Image via TPS' Facebook Page -Photo Credit: Trendkill

Image via TPS' Facebook Page -Photo Credit: Trendkill

1. Dogs or Cats? Why?

Broke String: Dogs because I can only afford one pet

Jessica: both! I have had both cats and dogs that left a lasting paw print on my heart. <3

2. Aliens. Do they exist?

Broke String: of course

Jessica: I want to believe

3. Drug of choice? (None is not an option btw)

Broke String: coffee

Jessica: netflix and a bag of potato chips...kettle cooked jalapeño to be exact

4. Brown or white gravy? (Neither is not an option btw)

Broke String: MMM..gravy

Jessica: White gravy there is no other option.

5. Favorite weapon of mass destruction?

Broke String: Death Star

Jessica: Demogorgon

6. Favorite marsupial?

Broke String: wombat, duh

Jessica: Opossum all the way. They walked with the dinos!

7. Favorite Superhero?

Broke String: Batman of course

Jessica: The Toxic Avenger

8. Did Dez catch it?

Broke String: IDC

Jessica: doh!

9. When you die, if you were given the choice to come back as any animal, which would you choose?

Broke String: definitely the wombat

Jessica: Bat

10. The best MJ is: Michael Jordan, Michael Jackson, Mike Jones, or Milla Jovovich?

Broke String: Michael Jackson hands down

Jessica: MJ one reason...Thriller

Image via Deep Ellum Arts Festival Facebook Page

Image via Deep Ellum Arts Festival Facebook Page


about the word writer person:

Prewitt Scott-Jackson writes Dad poetry & short fiction when he's not hyping and typing for Fort Worth Noise. His writing can be found in Ghost City Press (New York), Five 2 One Magazine (Los Angeles), Prairie Schooner (University of Nebraska Press) and Sick Lit Magazine (Texas), among others. He prefers short walks on the beach because – and I quote – “It’s really hard to walk on sand.”