Thursday, March 15, 2012

Bill Kennedy in The Guardian

"Fiction has to come up from below," he says, frowning in the late afternoon light. "It has to be generated out of what is not necessarily the consequence of surface events. I talked to myself about this when I was trying to write my early short stories and even my first novel." He smiles. "It was a long conversation."

Emma Brockes of the British newspaper, The Guardian, came to Albany to interview William Kennedy. The article appeared February 24th.