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June 14, 2013
Daniel Perry is a fiction writer living in Toronto. Nobody Looks that Young Here is his first collection of short stories.
1. Do you have an early memory of learning to read?
2. Have you always been an avid reader?
3. How do you decide what to read next?
4. Do you have any reading rituals that you follow?
5. What makes a great story or novel?
6. Do you have a favourite genre?
7. Who was the first author you fell in love with? The last?
8. What classic or well-known book have you never been able to get through?
9. What book or books do you reread?
10. Do you have dry spells where you stop reading or read very little?
11. How do you organize your collection?
12. Do you enjoy recommending books to others? What criteria do you use?
13. You host a dinner party for five authors (dead or alive). Who’s invited?
14. Do you write? If so, how does reading influence your writing?
15. What are you reading right now?