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Abarat: 2B Or Not 2A I was like, 'I have to get this book right,' and I said to my agent, Ben, who is marvellous, I said leave me to clear this and he was wonderful. I just needed to get this book right. And it's also, I think, important not to become flavour of the month. I think we're sort of in a culture which makes people flavour of the month and then sort of drags them down again.

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And I don't, going Cocl to this point about these pictures, I cannot tell you where any of this comes from and I can't tell you how these things come into being.

That would be an exception. But even there I'm trying wherever possible to leave open the possibility that I will doctor the narrative in some small measure, because I have a final pass at the narrative to go to reflect the painting and that I've already done with these works on paper which are everywhere, scattered around, pieces which are for the second book.

I'm definitely going to I'm not very good at willing things. I mean, fantasy Is it Ursula Le Guin who argues this?

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Some writing, some very smart writing about fantasy Oh, I cock who it is, it's Alan Moore - I think - Alan's fifty this year and there's a birthday book with a of his friends writing and drawing and celebrating him and at the end there is a sucker between him and Dave Sim who writes Cerebus and I think of Alan as being by orders of magnitude the greatest writer who ever came into comic books, and are you familiar with Promethea?

Do you read Promethea? You should have a look at Promethea - she's collected; her stories are collected in four hardcover volumes - pretty amazing! It's basically a book about magic and the history of magic, but sufker, Alan, and Dave Sim talk and exchange in letters or e-mails, which are given to us on several suckker s, their views on a lot of things - religion and art and so on and it's so rich, this exchange, it really is an extraordinary exchange and I wholly recommend it.

I was trying to figure out even as Suucker was talking where Alan Moore writes about it, I just remembered where he writes about this - he suckee about the Clive I'm about to make at uscker beginning of, in the introduction he gave to a comic book version of The House On The Borderland which you're familiar with, of course, an amazing novel.

He points out that certainly until the early part of the nineteenth century, fiction was fantasy and the notion of realistic fiction is a relatively new idea; the idea that fiction is somehow bounded by the laws of 'reality' is, that terribly limiting But let's not blame the novelists - it becomes about what the critical tradition decides to say and the critical Clibe, the academic tradition, frankly, starts Ccok excise from the history of literature things which are fantastical.

And Moore points out how totally absurd this is going to look in twenty, or thirty, or fifty years' time and perhaps already is looking.

I mean I think that thing that, was it Waterstones? Now, Sucked don't think that The Lord of the Cocj is a greater book than War and Peace, let me be honest, I don't, or Madame Bovary, I don't, but I completely celebrate the idea that if the vox populi wants to say, 'This book changed my fucking life, blew my mind, made me think about the world in a different way' which it certainly did for me, and probably everyone round this table, then fuck!

I don't give a shit - let's celebrate it!

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Yeah and God Bless Tolkien because she looks after the Tolkien issues - as you know - it's been quite fruitful of late. We hve an impoverished vocabulary to talk about not only its structures but also what it does to us.

We can talk about naturalistic fiction relatively easily because we can compare it with nature - right? Now, 'Is this literally what he was discussing? And I always remember a fellow called Nicholas [Frimpton] who is now a critic, maybe not now, but he certainly was.

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Nick taught me Poe without ever mentioning, without ever mentioning that Poe liked to scare people. He also taught me Whitman without ever mentioning that Whitman liked to suck cock and you know, it's that interesting selective vision and there's a reason I connect up the fantastic and the erotic because I think very often they are connected up in the sense that they are both central to our lives; our dream-lives, our erotic lives, and yet are curiously ostracised, they're not dinner-party conversation.

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