A Conversation with David Mitchell

A Conversation with David Mitchell A Con v er s At ion w ith David Mitchell David Naimon Photo by Paul Stuart ( i n t er v ie w ) David Mitchell is best known for his intricately plotted novels—ones that venture across the globe, from i reland and Mongolia to n ew York and i raq—but also for novels t hat span mu ltiple time frames, from an eighteent h- centur y Dutch trading post in n agasaki harbor to a futuristic dystopian Korea. From the get-go David Mitchell’s tal- ent has been widely recognized. h is 1999 debut novel, Ghostwritten, received the John Llewellyn r hys prize for the best work of British literature by an author under thirty-v fi e. A. s . Byatt declared it one of the best debut novels she had ever read. i n 2003 Mitchell was selected as one of Granta’s Best Young British n ovelists, and in 2007, ae ft r critical acclaim for his novels Cloud Atlas and Black Swan Green, Time magazine named him one of the one hundred most inu fl ential people in the world. Mitchell’s latest novel, e Th Bone Clocks , takes things a step further. S u http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Missouri Review University of Missouri

A Conversation with David Mitchell

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A Con v er s At ion w ith David Mitchell David Naimon Photo by Paul Stuart ( i n t er v ie w ) David Mitchell is best known for his intricately plotted novels—ones that venture across the globe, from i reland and Mongolia to n ew York and i raq—but also for novels t hat span mu ltiple time frames, from an eighteent h- centur y Dutch trading post in n agasaki harbor to a futuristic dystopian Korea. From the get-go David Mitchell’s tal- ent has been widely recognized. h is 1999 debut novel, Ghostwritten, received the John Llewellyn r hys prize for the best work of British literature by an author under thirty-v fi e. A. s . Byatt declared it one of the best debut novels she had ever read. i n 2003 Mitchell was selected as one of Granta’s Best Young British n ovelists, and in 2007, ae ft r critical acclaim for his novels Cloud Atlas and Black Swan Green, Time magazine named him one of the one hundred most inu fl ential people in the world. Mitchell’s latest novel, e Th Bone Clocks , takes things a step further. S u

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The Missouri ReviewUniversity of Missouri

Published: Jun 24, 2015

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