If I am hiring someone at a senior level, it's critically important they are decent people. So I always take them out for lunch -- not a long one but enough so they relax, we talk, we get to know one another. But what I always do is notice how they treat the waiting staff; you can tell a lot about a person about how they do that.
Chuck Berry doesn't give interviews.
My site has the whole thing - blogs, information, video interviews.
I grew up practically getting into this business because of David Letterman. I wanted to do comedy-based interviews.
Live interviews are more difficult to distort.
Inherently, I'm not a huge extrovert, so I actually find interviews and all the glamour to be a bit challenging sometimes.
That's the principal guiding feature of all interviews today is money.
I would rather not have contentious interviews. I'd rather do 30 minutes with Charlie Rose, laid back in a La-Z-Boy chair.
This brought on the news media, TV crews, interviews, and numerous public appearances.
Poppy doesn't really like interviews.
I don't do interviews under false pretenses.
I think J.D. Salinger is correct in granting no interviews, and in making no speeches.
There is this stereotype of Icelanders all believing in spirits, and I've played up to that a bit in interviews.
I've said in many interviews that I like my fiction to be unpredictable. I like there to be considerable suspense.