Kate McClymont Interview

26 Aug, 2014 by

The Independent Commission Against Corruption, or ICAC, the agency tasked with investigating corruption in the public sector in NSW,...

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Nick Earls Interview – Analogue Men

19 Aug, 2014 by

Over his career so far, Nick Earls has published nineteen novels, including the Word Hunters series, which we talked to him about last...

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Nick Bryant Interview

13 Jul, 2014 by

For over six years, starting in 2006, Nick Bryant was the BBC’s correspondent to Australia. Before coming here, he’d been...

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Irvine Welsh Interview

26 Jun, 2014 by

The author of Trainspotting, Filth, Porno, Irvine Welsh has written gritty tales of working class Scotland, full of drug-dependence,...

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Andrew Solomon Interview

30 May, 2014 by

We’re all different from our parents, and there will always be elements of each other that we can’t understand; lived...

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Chris Muir Interview

14 Feb, 2014 by

One of the poorest countries in the world, but perhaps the richest in terms of natural resources, the Democratic Republic of Congo has...

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Paul Ham Interview

21 Nov, 2013 by

In the end of the nineteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth, the world was in fast-forward. It was the Belle Epoque...

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Philipp Meyer Interview

9 Oct, 2013 by

At the age of twenty, Philipp Meyer decided to become a writer. After persistent applications to Ivy League universities, he was...

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Laurent Binet Interview

9 Sep, 2013 by

In 1942, in the city of Prague, Reinhard Heydrich was assassinated. The chief of the Nazi secret services and the Reich-Protector of...

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Meg Wolitzer Interview

29 Aug, 2013 by

Meg Wolitzer has a fascinating back-catalogue. The author of nine novels, the first of which, Sleepwalking, she wrote while still an...

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