I’ve just been interviewed by the writer Michael Stewart over on his blog here so feel free to go along and have a read of that. It was lovely to chat to him about astronomy, editing and short stories as endings – an idea which sent me to bed with a headache when I tried to get my head around it, but which I (finally) realised I agreed with. You may know Michael as the 2011 winner of The Guardian’s Not the Booker Prize with his debut novel King Crow. He’s also just published a collection of poetry (Couples) with Valley Press and I hear there’s more work forthcoming from him soon, including an afternoon drama on Radio 4 on May 3rd – keep in touch with his blog to stay up-to-date with all things Michael Stewart.
Great interview! 🙂