For my latest interview, I sit down with Scott A. Dimovitz to discuss his recent book Angela Carter: Surrealist, Psychologist, Moral Pornographer, a book that draws on the Angela Carter archive held at the British Library.
Back in November 2016, I had the pleasure of watching a stage production of Angela Carter’s ‘The Tiger’s Bride’, adapted for the stage by Oxford-based theatre company Marvellous Machine. For my latest interview, I sit down and talk with the talented duo behind Marvellous Machine: Louise Egan and Becki Reed. Caleb Sivyer: Could you each … More Interview with Marvellous Machine
Recently, I had the pleasure of talking with Dr Anna Watz, author of Angela Carter and Surrealism: A Feminist Libertarian Aesthetic (Routledge, 2016). In the course of our conversation, we discussed Angela Carter’s complex relationship to surrealism, her little-known and unpublished translation of a French study of surrealism, and how both of these things played an important … More Interview with Anna Watz