We’ve recently started working with the elusive Richard Hennerley on his new book ‘I Really, Really Want It’. A romping, satirical, thrill-ride of a book that touches on the culture of ‘celebrity’ and it’s superficiality…
We met up with Richard, which we strongly feel is not his real name, in a secret location. Feeling like a spy, we rather timidly asked him a few questions and transcribed them below… hope you enjoy, and get a copy of the book!
“Last weekend at London’s University College London, the future of the book publishing may have been glimpsed at the Futurebook hackathon, an overdue attempt in this country to redefine reading in the digital age.
The Guardian published this article today ‘I read books. Does that make me a nerd?‘ by teenager Orli Vogt-Vincent. It highlights the stereotypes surrounding teenagers, and people in general, who read books as being ‘geeks’, ‘nerds’ and such labels.