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Mitchell joins all-star lineup of novelists for Edinburgh International Book Festival 2017

Great news! If book festivals are your thing, Crispin Hershey David Mitchell is among dozens of authors from around the world slated to appear at the Edinburgh International Book Festival in August. If you haven’t attended a book festival with… Continue Reading →

Calling all David Mitchell fans and scholars: Journal’s special issue to focus on Mitchell’s work

If you weren’t able to snag a spot at the 2017 David Mitchell conference in Fife, Scotland, but you’ve got something to contribute to the ongoing discourse on our favorite genre-hopping novelist, there’s good news — you can still share… Continue Reading →

David Mitchell: Lighthouse Keeper, Or Maybe Forester

When I was a little turd, I wanted to be an astronaut. Then the Challenger explosion happened, Punkie Brewster aired A Very Special Episode™ about it, everyone at school cried, and I was cured of my aspirations to hitch a… Continue Reading →

Mitchell gives us a reason to perfect cryopreservation

The good news? David Mitchell’s completed a new book! The bad? None of us will be alive to read it when it’s finally released. That’s because Mitchell’s book, From Me Flows What You Call Time, was written for something called… Continue Reading →

Mitchell Interviewed In The New Zurich Times

Hey! There’s a new David Mitchell interview…in German, printed by a Swiss newspaper, and Google Translate doesn’t quite do the trick. (Although it’s amusing to see The Bone Clocks translated as “The Bone Watches.”) Mitchell answers questions about the structure… Continue Reading →

Japan Times interviews Mitchell on his time in Japan, how it shaped his career as a writer

William Bradbury of the English-language newspaper Japan Times talks to David Mitchell about his time spent living in Japan, Japanese writers who’ve influenced his style as a novelist, and how his wife tells him he views Tokyo “as a country… Continue Reading →

David Mitchell interview: The Bat Segundo Show, 2005

Travel a decade back in time and check out the Bat Segundo podcast’s 2005 interview with David Mitchell! Sharp-eyed fans will realize the podcast was named after the last “narrator” in Mitchell’s debut novel, Ghostwritten, a glib New York City… Continue Reading →

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