Paul Di Filippo (La Trilogie Steampunk
, Langues Etrangères
et Pages Perdues
) est en interview sur le net.
Il évoque son dernier livre, Cosmocopia, et ses futurs projets. Petit extrait. Vous retrouverez toute cette interview ici
Tell us about your most recent work:
My forthcoming book from Payseur & Schmidt, Cosmocopia, is a tribute to the art of my pal Jim Woodring, and to the author we both love, David Lindsay, famed for his A Voyage to Arcturus.
How did you get the idea?
I like being inspired by visual artists, and had long contemplated doing something with Jim.
How long did it take to write the book?
It’s short; about three or four months.
When are you most productive? Are there some kinds of environments that are more productive for you than others?
I like working from mid-morning till no later than 4 PM. Afternoons are for walking and thinking. Nights are for reading.
What about other projects? Do you have anything else out there right now you might like to talk about? What’s your next project?
I need to do my sequel to AYITLC: A Princess of the Linear Jungle. And I’ve got 10,000 words of a novel that stalled out, titled Up Around the Bend, that I want to return to."