Harry Harrison est en interview sur le web.
Il revient sur ses débuts et sa carrière.
"You were speaking about how you've gone through different stages in your career, from Deathworld to The Stainless Steel Rat, one of your better known, and then more recently, West of Eden. Where do you think you're going from here?
Harry Harrison : I've published 45 novels. Most of it's still in print. They cover a spectrum of things, from overpopulation, to dinosaurs living with human beings, the West of Eden books, then the history of the United States, alternate histories, Stars and Stripes Forever, which was just published in paperback.
And I'm not doing books much at all right now. I've written the first part of a graphic novel. You can check my web site, HarryHarrison.com, and we'll have details. That's going to be a lot of fun to do. I think it will be quite successful.
And my energy level is different. I'm no longer 12 years old, or 21. And I write for fun. There's money, too. So I'll stick to graphic novels for a bit. That's as much as I can say about my plans."
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