Books “Youíve got a reputation in avoiding interviews, would you share the reason with us?”
posted by July 24 at 13:00 PMon
Time Magazine is collecting reader questions for Haruki Murakami. I suspect that maybe the question I used for the title of this post might be why he has “a reputation in avoiding interviews.”
If you ever had a question for Murakami, now’s your chance. It’s not as if the competition is that tough:
Posted by Frederick Do in Riverside, CA:
I have never read any of your books but if you could only choose one for me to read, which one would it be?
Posted by tien bischoff in arizona:
ur gay right
Posted by Frederic Turner in Cambridge:
Why are your novels so awful?
Posted by gracie rosen in Brooklyn, NY:
Nothing was sure when I was 27 or 28Ö. but what about when Iím 29?
The publicity-shy Murakami is doing this as a promotion for his new memoir, What I Talk About When I Talk About Running. It’s kind of a how-to-write book, but mostly it’s a history of his relationship to running. I didn’t like it, but a friend of mine who has become a compulsive runner thought it was pretty interesting.