Tag: Ishiguro

“I’m a novelist moonlighting as a short story writer”

Pale View of Hills coverLast month I recorded an extensive interview with Kazuo Ishiguro, to mark the publication of his first collection of short stories. It also forms part of Faber’s 80th birthday celebrations.

The first part of what we’ve decided to present as a two-part podcast is now available here on Faber’s site and on iTunes.

It focuses on the new book, Nocturnes, while the second part, which I’ve just finished editing, looks back at some of his earlier books including his first, A Pale View of Hills, now available in a new cover as part of the Faber Firsts series.

Part II of the podcast will be available later this month.

Meanwhile there are several interviews from this week to edit – with Sarah Hall, Giles Foden, and PD James. They’ll all be available in the course of the next few weeks.