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For those of you out there who have not yet gotten your fill of hearing me talk as yet, there are a couple of new interviews up on the net that you might want to check out.

From my visit to the UK in April, an interview with British television personality and journalist Grace Dent (beware, there are some BIG SPOILERS in this one).



((The interview was actually much longer than that. They added some spiff visuals and clips of the show, but trimmed some of the Q and especially the A... and also said some rather extravagant stuff about yours truly that made my modesty klaxon go off as I watched it. Still, a fun interview. At least for me)).

And for the popular webcast Sword & Laser, here I am again, just last week:



The Sword & Laser episode also contains an episode with the fellow who wrote the book about philosophy in GAME OF THRONES, a discussion of Guy Gavriel Kay's novel TIGANA, and some other cool stuff. And check out their excellent interview with James S.A. Corey from a couple of episodes back as well.

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Victoria Sayce
Jul. 13th, 2012 09:11 pm (UTC)
interviews and accessibility
Thanks for being this accessible George. People don't say that nearly enough. Any criticism that may result is in my view warped love. I've heard all the issues and complaints people have had about the last few books but in my view you don't waste a single page. If we don't like what's happened to a favourite character, we're not meant to and that's true to life. Good things happen to bad people in Westeros as much as bad things happen to the good (sob. Ned) as happens now and has happened throughout history. Your books are worth the wait and in this age of the digital and disposable they will always be taking up vast swathes of my bookcase and being re-read and leant to friends. Even though a Clash of Kings will eventually need replacing from the repeated flinging against the wall it is subjected to as a result.

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