About M.E. Traylor
Met finds that all stories ultimately come from the same source, the continuum of human experience and how we interpret the world as individuals, communities, and cultures. As such, Met doesn’t get too caught up in the idea of “originality.” Most of the stories Met writes start off as something like, “Man, this would be so good if only they…” Despite all this, Met loves to play with tropes, and execute old, overused story ideas in fresh and realistic ways.
The Trap came largely out of nowhere, a personal allegory of relationship with masculinity, authority, and self.