Irish Times Q&A

Paul McVeigh Q&A: ‘It’s ironic the two books I did the most research for I ended up not writing’ click for full Q&A.

‘When I read Anaïs Nin’s exposing personal enquiries into emotion and excavations of the truth, it transformed my concept of the territory of the written word’

 Paul McVeigh: “When I finish a book I want it to look like it’s been through an experience with me. I also like to write in books – I know, sacrilegious to some people, but for me, I love underlining a sentence or asking a question. I feel like I’m having a conversation with the book, engaging with it, sometimes the character, sometimes the author”Paul McVeigh: “When I finish a book I want it to look like it’s been through an experience with me. I also like to write in books – I know, sacrilegious to some people, but for me, I love underlining a sentence or asking a question. I feel like I’m having a conversation with the book, engaging with it, sometimes the character, sometimes the author”

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