Paul Auster, famed author of classics ‘New York Trilogy’, ‘Timbuktu’ and ‘In the Country of Last Things’ among others, recently appeared on the BBC’s World Book Club radio programme at one of the stops along the press tour accompanying the release of his latest works. On ‘WBC’, however, Auster was met with questions about, arguably, his most famous works, the aforementioned ‘New York Trilogy’.
One of my favourite books, I tweeted my Question for Auster to his interviewing Journalist Harriett Gilbert and, luckily, she ensured me she would ask it. Listen to my question to Mr. Auster and his response by clicking upon the link below.
To listen to the programme (my question comes in around the 13 minute mark) Click here.