Says it was the right time to leave.
David Goldfarb told Kotaku: “It was time to move on for me. Fans have nothing to worry about,” and while he had no clue where he’d wind up, Goldfarb said he’s been meddling with a film script and a novel since the ’90s.
“Today and yesterday I worked on cleaning up and reframing chapter 1 and 2. Mostly what this was was coming to grips with the old style of the book, which is this thing a friend of mine called ‘Biblepunk’ for lack of a better word,” he said. “Or Old Testament noir. Anyway. It’s weird, and it’s especially weird revisiting it as a writer and being like, how the hell am I going to get myself back in that creative headspace again.”