Meet Steve Erickson: Video Interview and eBook Release Info
I've already sung the praises of Steve Erickson HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE, so I won't bore you with more of the same. Instead, I present a rare opportunity to hear directly from the man himself, in a new video interview from Open Road Media, released to celebrate the arrival of six of Erickson's novels in the eBook format. This is great news, considering four of these books, including modern classic Rubicon Beach, are long out of print. From Open Road:
"Most fiction is a sort of collaboration between experience and imagination," explains Steve Erickson, the acclaimed author of several novels, including Tours of the Black Clock, The Sea Came in at Midnight, and Zeroville. Regarded as a central figure in the avant-pop movement, Erickson has been compared to J. G. Ballard and Don DeLillo, and praised by Thomas Pynchon for his deeply imaginative fiction. Watch this new video interview with Erickson, and learn how his "stories inside stories" come to be—and why he, as a writer, doesn't find perfection "especially interesting."
Give it a look, and get to know the author that's had me singing like a canary that only knows one tune. Also, he has awesome hair!
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