The name that most people associate with Twin Peaks is David Lynch, but co-creator Mark Frost was right there with him during the show’s development and production. Most recently he’s the author of the brand-new book The Secret History of Twin Peaks, and he’s here today to answer your questions.
Before you start breathlessly filling the comments with queries about Showtime’s 2017 return to Twin Peaks, which Frost also co-wrote, note that he’s not going to be able to reveal anything about the plot of the new show. (That should be obvious, but we thought we’d share that just in case.)
That said—he can absolutely speak about the original Twin Peaks series, his book The Secret History of Twin Peaks, and maybe even the other projects he’s been involved with over the years, like his mystery novels centering around Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, or the 2005 Fantastic Four movie and its 2007 sequel (both of which he co-wrote).
He’ll be here answering your questions live starting at 1:00 pm ET, so go ahead and start composing questions in the comments. What does your log have to say about that?
Update, 2:00 pm EST: The Q&A is now closed. Thank you so much to Mark Frost for stopping by io9 today. (And also to the reader who asked about the fish in the percolator.)