Garner's The Weirdstone of Brisingamen (which I only read quite recently, in 2008) is now fifty years old, and The Guardian have an interview with him up here. And though I've linked to it before, here is an essay by Garner that I am particularly fond of.
Tuesday, 12 October 2010
For many months now I've been promising myself a reread of Alan Garner's magnificent book The Owl Service (and a rewatch of the very good BBC adaptation alongside). I've written about Garner on this blog, though never enough to express quite how vital he has been to me, and to how I read.