Orhan Pamuk: “Estambul ya no es melancólica”

27 01 2010

Orhan Pamuk publicó en España el pasado octubre su primera novela desde que es Premio Nobel y no solo sobre islamismo, kurdos o Turquía y Europa quiere hablar el Nobel de Literatura del 2006, Orhan Pamuk (Estambul, 1952). De hecho, prefiere rehuir esos temas y conversar sobre novela y museos, amor y ciudades. La semana pasada lo ha hecho en Barcelona para el diario ‘EL PERIODICO’


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Interview with Orhan Pamuk

27 01 2010

Paul Auster

3 11 2009

Paul Auster reads and discusses his latest book, Man in the Dark, in Authors@Google:

Reviews and an excerpt of Man in the Dark.

Entrevista con Paul Auster en El País: Brooklyn Follies (2005)

The Reader: Interview with the Author

3 04 2009

Bestselling author Bernhard Schlink talks about World War II, the face of evil and having his novel (and 1999 Oprah’s Book Club selection), The Reader, made into an Academy Award-nominated film starring Kate Winslet.

Stephenie Meyer Talks About Twilight, New Moon, and Eclipse

3 04 2009

Stephenie Meyer discusses her novels: Twilight, New Moon, and Eclipse…

And the Nobel Prize in Literature goes to… J.M. Le Clézio

12 01 2009

Inteview with Nobel Prize winner 2008 Jean-Marie Gustave Le Clézio  for BBC World (in English).

Interview with the Author: Mark Haddon

12 01 2009

Powell’s com interview with Mark Haddon

 Mark Haddon

“It was 7 minutes after midnight. The dog was lying on the grass in the middle of the lawn in front of Mrs. Shears’ house. Its eyes were closed. It looked as if it was running on its side, the way dogs run when they think they are chasing a cat in a dream. But the dog was not running or asleep. The dog was dead. There was a garden fork sticking out of the dog… “


And the Nobel Prize in Literature goes to…Doris Lessing

11 01 2009

Watch some fragments of an interview with the 2007 Nobel Laureate in Literature Doris Lessing at her home in London, 14 April 2008.

You can watch the whole interview with this link:  Nobelprize.org. The interviewer is Professor John Mullan. Doris Lessing talks about the inspiration for her first book, ‘The Grass is Singing’, the autobiographical nature of her ‘Children of Violence’ sequence of novels, ‘The Golden Notebook’ and how it became a cult book , and why she took a foray into science fiction writing with her ‘Canopus in Argos’ series of novels. She also talks about the two novels she published under the pseudonym Jane Somers (26:45), why her autobiographies go no further than 1962, and being an earth mother in the 1960s. Finally, she discusses her latest novel, ‘Alfred and Emily’, which explores the life of her parents and the horrors of war.