Web Resources for Graham Swift
A 15-min interview on a Books & Arts radio programme offering insights into the significance of Joseph Conrad for this novel.
Swift believes digital publishing could threaten the livelihood of authors in the future because they are being paid too little.
James Naughtie and an audience meet Booker-prize winning novelist Graham Swift to talk about Waterland, his much acclaimed novel of love, loss and madness in the Fens.
Informative 9-min interview on the radio programme Open Book focusing on the plot and structure of this novel.
Graham Swift talks about tackling big themes in short form
Swift's favourite walk in the South Downs
Swift discusses extensively recent stories and novels
2014 Interview with Swift
2015 Swift article on the appeal of Short Stories as a genre
2012 Q&A on the novel Wish You Were Here
2011 Swift article on the impossibility of novels being \'contemporary\'
2009 article about the Swift archive going to the British Library
Swift talks to British Library archivist Jamie Andrews about the collection of his papers, which is now in the British Library archive, and reflects on the writing life that they contain
In 2007 Swift talks about the room in which he writes his fiction
Swift talks about Waterland in this 5-min film Click here to return to the article you were reading.
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