1. The Guardian reviews a Soonchild, a posthumously released book by Russell Hoban →

    Thirty years ago I was dispatched by a children’s books magazine to interview Russell Hoban. The afternoon I spent with him talking about books, writing and life – the interview was supposed to last an hour, and I stayed for six – has remained with me ever since. It was an experience of surpassing strangeness, and one which left me changed. Just like reading one of his books, in fact.

    Click the link above to read the entire review.

    (We will be releasing Hoban’s Turtle Diary next year.)