What a delight to interview Heidi James on the publication of her novel, The Sound Mirror published by Bluemoose Books this August 2020. You can either take a look on my Authors QH page here, or just have a look here. We went from enforced silence to hauntology, abuse to language and back and there were even tears. You’ve been warned.
I met with Stephan Collishaw just last week to discuss his writing shortly after the publication of his novel, A Child Called Happiness, which I reviewed here. Do take a look at the interview here.
I’ll be reviewing Outline by Rachel Cusk in the next few days and have another Author QH interview coming up in July with C. G. Menon whose debut collection of short stories, Subjunctive Moods, comes out in July, published by Dahlia Publishing.
Heading down to South London on a perfect September morning was made all the more enjoyable by the prospect of talking writing with Guy Ware, author of The Fat of Fed Beasts (Salt Publishing) and You Have 24 Hours To Love Us (Comma Press). You can see the results of this conversation about his work in the Guy Ware page on the Author QH section of my website.
You can tell I’m learning on the job, but I’m really enjoying learning the art of getting people to talk about what interests them most. I hope you’ll be inspired to read Guy Ware’s work and to take a look at my other interview with the dazzling Heidi James.