Dead Interviews: Living Writers Meet Dead Icons by Dan CroweDead Interviews: Living Writers Meet Dead Icons by Dan Crowe

Dead Interviews: Living Writers Meet Dead Icons

byDan Crowe

Hardcover | November 7, 2013

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These ingenious interviews will amuse, provoke and delight. Veering from the intensely serious to the wildly silly, Dead Interviews grants writers the chance to sit down with their heroes and flex their cerebral muscles, or simply indulge in some bookish gossip with a deceased icon. Pitch-perfect mimesis meets razor sharp literary criticism in the book that refuses to let dead writers lie.The contributors: Rick Moody on Jimi Hendrix, Cynthia Ozick on Henry James, Douglas Coupland on Andy Warhol, Sam Leith on John Berryman, Geoff Dyer on Friedrich Nietzsche, A. M. Homes on Richard Nixon, David Mitchell on Samuel Johnson and James Boswell, John Burnside on Rachel Carson, ZZ Packer on Monsieur de Saint-George, Michel Faber on Marcel Duchamp, Rebecca Miller on the Marquis de Sade, Ian Rankin on Arthur Conan Doyle and Joyce Carol Oates on Robert Frost.
DAN CROWE is the Editor-in-Chief & Co-Publisher of Port magazine. He has previously edited Writers on the Edge: Great Contemporary Authors on the Front Line of Crisis (Rizzoli, 2010), and How I Write: The Secret Lives of Authors (Rizzoli, 2009). He lives in London.
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Title:Dead Interviews: Living Writers Meet Dead IconsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:208 pages, 8.08 × 5.54 × 0.74 inPublished:November 7, 2013Publisher:Granta PublicationsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1847088279

ISBN - 13:9781847088277

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Some will make you see how skilful properly clued-up interviewers are, while others will make you hoot - Toby Clements, Daily Telegraph Irresistible. [Filled with] erudite wit - Alice Jones, Independent Entertaining... sometimes viciously funny - Daniel Hahn, Independent on Sunday Diverting - Tom Gatti, New Statesman Clever - Peter Conrad, Observer Enormous fun - Bookseller Intriguing and clever - The Star Full of wit and imaginative verve - Sydney Morning HeraldStrangely addictive - NZ Listener