Sunday, 18 April 2010

Choate Road

There's a teeny-tiny interview with me over at Choate Road run by the rather splendid Greg Hall, host of The Funky Werepig. Please ignore the photograph, by order of me.

Thanks go to Natalie L Sin who played the go-between and introduced me to Greg. Gosh, that all sounds rather shady. Shady is good.

19 comments:

K.Hinny said...

Nice interview :D

Andrea Allison said...

Cool interview. Short and sweet

Aaron Polson said...

Photograph? What photograph? Lovely interview, though. ;)

Angela said...

Wow, can't wait for the new site to go live! Congrats on a great interview!!

Alan W. Davidson said...

Nice interview [and photo, he whispered]. You are correct...shady is often good.

Brendan said...

Very, very cool.

Funny you mention Desperation. I'd grown up reading King but then abandoned him when he began killing off his characters (Cujo, Pet Semetary.) When Desperation came along, I gave him another chance. Glad I did.

Natalie L. Sin said...

No money changed hands, I swear!

Cate Gardner said...

Thanks, Hinny & Andrea.

I bet you looked, Mr. Polson. Please report to detention.

Angela, me too. ;)

Alan, you were told not to peek.

Brendan, I love that book.

Natalie, several Korean men are on their way across the Atlantic.

Barry Napier said...

It's odd...most people that aren't big King fans like Desperation. Personally, as King fan, it's one of my least favorites. I agree about the claustrophobia, though...

Jamie Eyberg said...

I read Desperation, but I don't remember it. Now I may have to re-read it. Really looking forward to Pinstripe Suits.

Rabid Fox said...

Very cool. I listen to the Werepig all the time, but I don't often visit Choate Road. That changes today.

K.C. Shaw said...

Nice little interview!

I'd mention that I think it's a cute photo of you, but of course I didn't notice the photo. :)

Carrie Harris said...

So awesome. And yeah, I'm going to have to add Desperation to my re-read list.

Rich said...

Never read Desperation, I'll check it out. Nice interview, shrt and sweet.

Cheers
Rich

Cate Gardner said...

Barry, interesting... I also loved 'The Langoliers'.

Thanks, Jamie.

Gef, I've only listened to the Werepig twice I think (Ellen Datlow, and Nate Lambert episodes).

Good girl, Kate.

Carrie, I bet your list is longer than mine.

Thanks, Rich.

katey said...

Love it.

Also, at the risk of sounding creepy, I'd like to mention that you're really lovely. (I mean that in a very shallow way, though of course your personality is lovely too.)

Danielle Ferries said...

Cool interview.

Cate Gardner said...

Katey, you're shallowness is not very discerning.

Thanks, Danielle.

katey said...

Oh no, my shallowness is the only discerning part I have! It's any and all attempt at depth that ends up absolutely clueless :D