Tuesday, July 11, 2006

Frank Cottrell Boyce interview

Dina Rabinovitch interviews Frank Cottrell Boyce for the Guardian. (As an aside, can I just mention how great it is to read the Guardian everyday? I want to move to the U.K. because of the Guardian's book sections.)

Cottrell Boyce likes meeting his audience for the best of reasons. He says:
  • "He has come to relish meeting his audience face to face - kids coming up to him with copies of his books filled with polaroids showing they've retraced the locations in the stories. 'They give you your books to sign with their fingerprints all over them, and you can see how much they've loved the book.'"