Writers Talk: Conversations with Contemporary British Novelists

    This title presents a collection of interviews with contemporary British novelists offering a fascinating insight into bestselling authors' views on fiction today.Why do writers write? How do they react to criticism of their work? What inspires them and how do they work? Does fiction have any political, ethical or spiritual significance? Can we learn more about a book from its author? This collection of interviews with contemporary British novelists offers a fascinating insight into bestselling authors' views on fiction today; their influences and themes; readers and critics; why they write and their writing process; and, provides a snapshot of the reality of living as a writer.Revealing the hopes, fears, beliefs and ambitions of leading authors, "Writers Talk" is essential reading for anyone interested in contemporary literature or the nature of the writing process."Writers Talk" includes interviews with Kate Atkinson, Pat Barker, Jonathan Coe, Jim Crace, Toby Litt, David Mitchell, Will Self, Graham Swift, Matt Thorne and Alan Warner.

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    Number of Pages: 216
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9781847140241
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    Listed in: From c 1900 -, Literary studies: fiction, novelists & prose writers
    Publisher: Continuum Collections, an imprint of Continuum International Publishing Ltd

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