I’ve been asked if, tomorrow, I will do a phone interview with Lawrence Miles for a radio station based in London. I’m still not 100% sure it’s going ahead, but it seems very likely now.
I’m a little nervous about this, partly because Miles is one of my favourite authors, but also because I want to try to find the right balance in the questions. I presume that a reasonable proportion of the people listening won’t know who he is, and thus I can’t ask something like “so, the Parablox entry in The Book Of The War is the only entry that neither references nor is referenced by any other entries — how does that relate to the various other absent centres in the book, and how do they in turn relate to the thesis of the book, that there is a hollowness at the centre of twenty-first century culture?”
On the other hand, something like “So who’s your favourite Doctor, then?” would seem something of a waste.
I’m sure I’ll come up with something (I do have some ideas), but it would be useful to know what kind of questions people would be interested in being asked.
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