Tuesday, September 02, 2008

Andrew Davidson interview

In The Guardian, Alison Flood talks to Canadian author Andrew Davidson about his best-selling first novel The Gargoyle.
Some people might be overwhelmed by a $1.25m (£700,000) advance for their first novel, but for the Canadian author Andrew Davidson his startling success feels like a gradual journey.

"It's sort of a case of being an overnight success," he explains, "but I've been writing for 20 years, started this book in 2000, got an agent in 2006, and have been dealing with the publishing industry for the last 18 months."

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