Interview: A Book and A Chat

So, I got to blather on for an hour on internet radio, courtesy of Barry Eva and his radio show, “A Book and A Chat.” A friend of mine commented, “You’re on for an hour? Oh, good — finally you’ll have enough time to talk about yourself.” Which, y’know, hurts. But is true. (hangs head in shame) As a college girlfriend of mine once said, “Barry, you don’t talk to people — you give lectures.” Anyone who’s ever had the misfortune of asking me a simple question knows how I can stretch it out. Why do you think I write long books? It’s just an extension of the way I talk!

Anyway, as you might imagine: I had a great time. Barry asked some terrific questions (yes, I let him speak!) and we had a lot of fun discussing topics such as censorship, bullying, why I write very distinct and disparate kinds of books, and my future projects. If you’re at all interested in hearing me discuss my work in a very informal setting and if you missed the live broadcast, please check out the interview, which is now up on the web.

You can download the audio file (an MP3, compatible with just about any audio app and/or portable music player on the planet) here:

You can stream the interview over the web here: .

And you can read Barry’s blog about our discussion here: .

Enjoy! (I certainly did!)

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