What a pleasure to meet Patrick de Witt and Charlie Human, and to be interrogated by Diane Awerbuck, at the Open Book festival. Nothing quite as daunting to talk about as “unexpected humour” (cue an attack of deadly earnestness and sobriety) and I was haunted by the line from Finding Nemo said of Nemo’s Dad “You know for a clown fish you’re not that funny”, but the company was fabulous. Thanks, guys.
Women24 has published a brief write-up with an extract from Thirty Second World, along with an “adult content” warning!
Books Live put a video on their blog http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AX7Nr0BbYsQ
…and part 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QP9smPm2D4g
To everyone over the seas who asked, the Kindle versions of Thirty Second World and Past Imperfect are available on Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com and the eBooks are available on Kalahari.com.