Monday, March 03, 2003

Graham Swift interview
He hasn't done interviews since he published his Booker-winning, stylistic feat, Last Orders, in which he creates a bunch of English geezers and then gets into their minds and narrates the story in their voices. Now there's an interview with Graham Swift on the Independent. From the interview, "The old phrase about 'the art that conceals art' still means something to me. There's more there than meets the eye."
If you enjoy first-person novels, I'd also highly recommend Booker nominee, English Passengers by Matthew Kneale.


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