The Observer and the future and me

22 February 2009 in Asham Award Future of Publishing Inanimate Alice Short Stories

‘A whole library in a wafer-like form’:  nice piece with an interview with me in the Observer newspaper today, by Kate Kellaway. Nice to be in the vanguard, or even the guard’s van, of the future of the history of the future of the book, though to tell you the truth I wish I was more like Andy McNab, at least in terms of sales figures.

There’s something odd about seeing one’s self interviewed on paper… I’ve done it many times, but still have this sense of being boiled down into a few quotes, nothing more, nothing less.  Hmm.  That’s a gloomy thought for a Sunday morning. Time for grilled cheese sandwiches.


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