I'm currently exploring polyamory with some very dear people. I'm available, but not for anything exclusive.
In case it's not immediately clear to you, "writing for a living" is spelled: P-O-V-E-R-T-Y. I'm not working as hard as I could be on the stuff that pays today because Step 2 involves breaking into fiction, and that largely means putting in a lot of work that may or may not pay off eventually, but almost certainly won't pay off at the end of the week. It's not like I'm living on the street (I have a rather nice two-bedroom apartment, health insurance, take regular vacations across the country and occasionally outside it, etc.), but I'm not exactly rolling in dough and I am very careful about my money. Which is why I can write for a living and not end up on the street.
I'm also exploring kink. Yes, I'm poly & kinky. Not bi, though, so not the complete triple play. ;p
And, apparently, answering okcupid questions. They're a bit like popcorn; I chat with a friend over Skype and pop-pop-pop another two or three dozen gone.
My girlfriend says I have a gorgeous ass, and she is available for references.
Movies: Casablanca, The Princess Bride, The Adventures of Baron Munchausen, Singing in the Rain, LotR trilogy, original Star Wars trilogy, Wrath of Khan, Zulu, Fifth Element, The Matrix, Romancing the Stone, Shawshank Redemption, John Carter.
TV: Star Trek (original series), Babylon 5, Rome, Remington Steele, Moonlighting, Buffy, Firefly, Band of Brothers.
Music: Rob Dougan, Abba, Handel, Vivaldi, Hans Zimmer, Madonna, Depeche Mode, Neil Diamond, Sting, Daft Punk, the KLF, Brad Paisley, George Winston, Dhol Foundation...
Food: raw veggies, fried chicken, rare beef, pasta and lots and lots of garlic!
Also, anticipating feedback on fiction I've submitted for publication. It's like Schrodinger's Santa Claus: every day might be Christmas, but I won't know until the presents arrive.
I've gotten involved in the local kink scene. Yes, there is one, and there's something going on every weekend. I'm on the capital-letter end of the spectrum.
Also if you're an s-type looking for a D/M-type.