I was holding off on this but people have been twitting it for a few days — hell, someone even rated it, if I’m reading this right — so here you go. ActuSF has posted their interview with me, in French and in the original English. There’s not a whole lot of new stuff there (basically, it serves to introduce me to a French audience who isn’t nearly as familiar with me as you lot), but it’s nicely compact.
In other news, I’m still mulling over AMC’s recent remake of The Prisoner. I’m not quite certain whether it’s a soulless incoherent mess, or just too smart for me. Ambiguity is not necessarily a bad thing. Still, if I’m reading this right (spoilers whited out) the punchline basically boils down to the whole thing having been a dream. Normally that kind of an ending would be unforgivable, but before we jump on the condemnation bandwagon I think we should all go back and look at the way the original series ended.
It might be difficult to argue that the new ending isn’t an improvement.