Transnational Literature

Volume 2, no. 2, August 2015: Contents

Welcome to our August 2015 issue of Writers in Conversation. It's hard to believe that we are already on our fourth issue, but we are delighted that fascinating interviews with writers are still coming our way. Many thanks to everyone who has worked at the often time-consuming (but very rewarding) process of interviewing and transcribing. Your efforts have really paid off.

As normal, there is a great mixture of writers interviewed in this issue: poets and writers of short stories, plays, fiction and science fiction from Ireland, England, India and Canada. One of the interviews considers the interviewing process itself.

We are proud that Writers in Conversation continues to be exciting and transnational, giving readers the chance to discover more about authors they know or who are new to them.

Happy Reading!

Nick Turner and Gillian Dooley, Editors

Volume 2, no. 2 - August 2015: Contents

On poetics, astrology and chiromancy with Irish poet and art therapist Gene Barry. Sunil Sharma


An interview with Paul Binding. Nick Turner


An interview with Ketaki Datta. Elisabetta Marino


‘Drama is most certainly not a flourishing genre in Canadian Literature’: Allison McWood interfacing. R.P. Singh


Vineetha Mokkil: An Interview. Naomi Jose


In Conversation with Vijay Kumar Roy. Rob Harle


An interview with Nike Sulway. Lisa Dowdall


Interviewing the Interviewer: A Conversation with Charlotte Wood. Gillian Dooley

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