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Really enjoyed this interview. I'm a big fan of Stona's work.

Nice to see a plug for Charlie Williams, who doesn't get the attention he deserves: ace crime writer with a twisted tail. I'll have to check out Fitch. Anyone who likes Daydream Nation that much must be alright.

Ah, Stereolab. Great interview, thanks.


Stona Fitch is an amazing writer, and the Concord Free Press is a fucking inspiration.

Check out a feature I wrote for Independent on Sunday on him:

http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/books/features/free-spirit-stona-finchs-bold-scheme-to-give-away-books-1607019.html

Great interview, waiting for more. Thanks

Hey interesting concept. Seems to be the way of the internet. As an internet marketer you're told to give stuff away before asking your subscribers to buy from you. Attraction marketing, it's called.

Bold idea, though, giving away your novel. As it happens, I've begun doing that, although with less of an altruistic motive in mind - I need to find a decent publisher!

If you have a minute, do visit my blog http://sexinliterature.com. If you're intrigued by Sisi & Sonia and might review it, I'd be happy to send you a copy. Cheers

Nic

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