Shaun Farrell's always magnificent podcast, Adventures in Scifi Publishing, has just uploaded his extensive interview with fantasy master Michael Moorcock, discussing his imminent work, The Metatemporal Detective.
Almost the entire 45 minute podcast is devoted to Mike, who talks about the origin of the Sir Seaton Begg character, all his literary allusions, his connection to the Pyatt novels, etc... He also discusses classic science fiction writer Alfred Bester, contemporary literary writer Michael Chabon, the origin of his multiverse, the differences in how he is published in the US and the UK, and much more besides.
Listening to it now myself. My favorite quote: "Tom Paine, addressing the Americans before the Revolution said - I think it's in Common Sense - that it was unseemly that such a large nation should be ruled by such a small one. And I think that's true of the science fiction and fantasy world, that it's such a very large nation indeed being to some extent ruled by a very small nation of critics. Because in terms of sales, you know, there are a lot of literary writers I know who would give a lot to have the kind of sales that many science fiction and fantasy writers have."
It should be noted too that Shaun is holding a contest to give away three copies of The Metatemporal Detective. Entry details are on his website.