Monday, 25 July 2011

Move over Frost/Nixon

My turn to be on the receiving end of some questions this time, in a few interviews.

Over at Close To The Bone, Old Seth offers me some Werther's Originals, and we talk about ambiguous endings, William Gibson's non-sf sf, genre hopping, and lots more.

At The Man Eating Bookworm I talk with Peter Andrew Leonard about why crime, the generosity of other writers, criminal masterminds and their nemeses, James Ellroy's White Jazz as a way to frighten people, and much else besides.

And at Dan Holloway's The Company of Fellows, he asks what comes from a barrel of a gun, we talk about food in fiction and Tony Blair, why to be paranoid about hotel ornaments, and most importantly of all, he asks how long is a piece of rope.

Thanks to them all for the opportunity.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you so much for coming and spending time talking about the things that really matter :)