The 2012 Kitschie Award Winner for Angelmaker, talks about his latest novel, Tigerman. Among many, many other things. As soon as the interview was over, I was madly Googling to bookmark as many of Nick Harkaway’s references as I could. In our conversation about the designation “literary thriller,” he discussed the stories of… Read more »
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If there’s a recipe for a superhero it can be found in Tigerman, Nick Harkaway’s tale of a simmering ecological catastrophe, murder, anarchy, NatProMan* and one single British Army Sergeant. *You’ll have to read the book.
The protagonist of Roger Hobbs’ debut novel, Ghostman, may not be a nice guy, but he’s a great character. This is the second in our two-part series on fixers. Roger Hobbs is nothing if not thoughtful and methodical. He timed the seven years of rejections that writers endure to coincide with his time… Read more »