Ryan La Sala
Ryan La Sala has always lived on the partition between the real and unreal, constantly flitting between daydreams and daily life. He writes about surreal things happening to real people, often of the queer variety. His current project focuses on the worlds we build within ourselves—our dreams and our delusions—and how they warp our reality.
Ryan grew up in a quaint suburb of Connecticut with his three siblings and three parents. He studied Anthropology and Neuroscience at Northeastern University in Boston and now works atop an antique movie theater at a digital design agency in Somerville, MA. He lives in a house festooned in decorations from past theme parties, where the TV alternates between Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Kingdom Hearts, and Sailor Moon. If not writing, Ryan is doing arts and crafts with his roommate, building some sort of costume with his boyfriend, or listening to NPR while cooking. He doesn’t care what you have to say about it; he loves CATS the musical and you’re all just confused.
And, for those wondering, Ryan writes about drag queens but is not regularly in drag himself. He just doesn’t have the nose for it, and that’s okay.
Represented by: Veronica Park