Interview archive

Shackleton’s Man Goes South, cover jpegHere are a couple of archived interviews about my novel Shackleton’s Man Goes South that have recently gone online.

Clifi Books. Mary Woodbury set up the Clifi Books website, in order to gather information and resources relating to depictions of climate change in literature, and the emergence of cli-fi as a genre (identified/coined by Dan Bloom). Mary got in touch to find out more about Shackleton’s Man Goes South:

I noticed that the book is part-fiction and part-non-fiction. I think it’s interesting how you accomplished telling a story this way. Do you have any insight about how you decided to narrate the book this way?

Resonance 104.4fm. Wendy Jones presents a weekly author-interview programme called ‘Interesting Conversations’ on London’s arts radio station Resonance 104.4fm. ‘Interesting Conversations’s is just one of several regular books programmes on Resonance. Wendy invited me to the studio just before Christmas to record an interview for the programme. Click-through to hear the interview on the station’s Soundcloud page, or listen via the WordPress player here:


Download Shackleton’s Man Goes South free and DRM-free from the Science Museum website.