The English bookseller Waterstones
has posted a lovely interview
with Terry Pratchett
on their website. The article was written by Neil Gaiman
(who co-authored Good Omens
with Pratchett) and features illustrations by Paul Kidby
, who has illustrated the English editions of Pratchett's book covers for more than ten years. In addition to being generally funny, articulate, and amazing, Pratchett talks about everything from his struggle with early-onset Alzheimer's to being made an honorary Brownie for "writing a proper girl in a book".
Labels: Terry Pratchett