See All Subjects
Best Books of 2016 So Far
Staff Top Fives
The Short List
25 Global Books to Read Before You Die
25 Women to Read Before You Die
25 Books to Read Before You Die
Book of Now
Gifts + Gift Cards
Picks of the Season
Great Gifts Under $15
Great Gifts Under $25
Gift Cards & eGift Cards
Journals & Notebooks
Sock It to Me Socks
Sell Books Online
Sell Books in Our Stores
Find A Store
Authors, readers, critics, media − and booksellers.
Powell's Q&A: Trevor Noah, Author of 'Born a Crime'
by Amanda R. Hendrix and Charles Wohlforth
The True Story of Queen Victoria and Albert
by Julia Baird
Real Things and Why They Matter to Me
by David Sax
Powell's Q&A: Steven Johnson, Author of 'Wonderland'
Portrait of a Bookseller
On the Table
Beyond the Headlines
6 Responses to "David Mitchell: The Powells.com Interview"
July 15, 2010 at 12:33 PM
This is a wonderful interview, and I give two thumbs down to sourpuss Scott who complains that he has no interest in Kirsten Berg. I too came to the interview with an interest in David Mitchell, but I was reminded that one of the things I love about his books is precisely his seemingly endless curiosity about the world, its many people and their stories. Here I learned a lot about Mitchell and a bit about a fellow book lover at Powells. What possible complaint could I make?
July 2, 2010 at 07:36 PM
Aren't most interviews a give-and-take between the interviewer and the subject? I didn't think this was one-sided at all. Delightful interview. I've only read "Black Swan Green," but I loved it!
July 1, 2010 at 01:38 PM
What a delightful interview! It sounds relaxed yet professional. I'm a big David Mitchell fan, and I want to thank Kirsten for doing such a fantastic job! Yay, Powells!
July 1, 2010 at 10:12 AM
Great interview! Such an intelligent, friendly conversation!
June 30, 2010 at 06:29 PM
I was pleased to see an interview with David Mitchell. Too bad the interview was actually more about the interviewer. This may come as a surprise but I really have no interest whatsoever in Kirsten Berg.
June 30, 2010 at 03:58 PM
I just read Kirsten Berg's interview with David Mitchell, couldn't stop! It was so delightful and fresh-sounding, I felt as though I were seated at the table with them. Mitchell sounds like the next "undiscovered" treasure I will need to place on my chairside table. Thanks to all of you for introducing this un-assuming and original voice to me. May he continue to excite both his readers and himself.
Post a comment:
(won't be published)
All comments require moderation by Powells.com staff.
Comments submitted on weekends might take until Monday to appear.
© 2016 POWELLS.COM