Interview
Monday Interview: Juan Hernández (Costa Rica)

Monday Interview: Juan Hernández (Costa Rica)

Juan Hernández fue mecánico de bicicletas y proveedor de alcoholes. A comienzos del 2007 se hizo con una vieja librería de usados en San José de Costa Rica a la que rápidamente supo convertir en lugar de encuentro y debate. Inspirada en la mejor tradición libertaria, hoy administra Germinal, una de las editoriales autogestionadas más...
Monday Interview: Kelwyn Sole (South Africa)

Monday Interview: Kelwyn Sole (South Africa)

Kelwyn Sole was born in Johannesburg in 1951 and has lived in Windhoek, London and Kanye. He is a professor in the English department of the University of Cape Town. He has published six collections of poetry, the most recent of which, Absent Tongues, was published by Hands-On Books, Cape Town. His work has appeared in...
Monday Interview: Nury Vittachi (Sri Lanka/Hong Kong)

Monday Interview: Nury Vittachi (Sri Lanka/Hong Kong)

Nury Vittachi (1958, Sri Lanka) is a journalist and author based in Hong Kong. He is best known for the comedy-crime novel series The Feng Shui Detective, published in many languages around the world, but he has also written non-fiction works and novels for children. This interview was conducted by Holger Ehling at the 2009 Frankfurt Book Fair. ...
Monday Interview: David Unger (Guatemala)

Monday Interview: David Unger (Guatemala)

Cuestionario Proust – Las respuestas de David Unger El Cuestionario Proust es un antiguo juego de salón, una especie de “test” de la personalidad, que popularizó el famoso escritor Marcel Proust, ya que cuando se lo hicieron, sus respuestas fueron de lo más ingeniosas. En Cuenta Centroamérica, hemos adaptado 10 de las 30 preguntas de...
Monday Interview: Samson Kambalu (Malawi)

Monday Interview: Samson Kambalu (Malawi)

Samson Kambalu was born in Malawi in 1975. He attended the Kamuzu Academy, the so-called “Eton of Africa”, graduated from the University of Malawi‘s Chancellor College in Zomba in 1999, and completed his MA in Fine Art at Nottingham Trent University in 2003. The best known of his artworks is Holy Ball, a football plastered in pages of the Bible. Kambalu...
Interviews on this Blog, 2010 – 2014

Interviews on this Blog, 2010 – 2014

Interviews have been an occasional feature on my blog since I started it in late 2010. Given that most of them receive a steady interest, from 2015 they will have a weekly spot. Here is what has been published until the end of 2014. Have fun browsing! And if you wish to publish an interview...