‘You’re wicked, you’re insane’

Sitting in his warmly furnished living room in Regent’s Park, in central London, Nicholas Mosley evokes an air of elegant bohemianism. A celebrated Booker-nominated novelist, winner of the 1990 Whitbread prize for his richly experimental Hopeful Monsters, he is also a skilled memoirist and has worked as a scriptwriter for the film directors Joseph Losey and John Frankenheimer. Now 86, he has just published a new novel and another memoir.

Read the rest of Melissa’s interview with the distinguished writer Nicholas Mosley in today’s Guardian here.

One Response to ‘You’re wicked, you’re insane’

  1. This is a really fascinating interview, Melissa…have just read it. Thanks for putting up the ink. And very glad to read that One of Us is still going strong. So it should.

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