I made an appearance on the excellent Read All About It podcast at the end of May. It’s a kind of Desert Island Books format, where writers talk to host Paul Cuddihy about their favourite book from childhood; the book that made the greatest impact on their formative years; the book they’d recommend to anyone; the book they couldn’t be paid to read again and the book they’re currently reading. Along the way we got into the perils and joys of creative nonfiction writing, werewolves, false narratives, precarious coastal living and exactly how angry I am about the book that I think should have been crammed into a wood chipper the moment it left the printing press. It was a hugely enjoyable excuse to talk for an hour about the things I love (and one particular thing I hate/am baffled by the existence of). You can listen to it HERE.