A rather good article in the Tablet by Mardean Isaac, who uses a walk with Will in London as a way of investigating the psychogeography of the old Jewish East End.
A review of Will Self’s gig at the Thunderbolt pub in Bristol last month at Bristol Life.
The Daily Telegraph writes that travellers starting their journeys on the Piccadilly Line at Heathrow, Cockfosters or Uxbridge can currently pick up a free copy of Piccadillyland, a 120-page compilation of references to stations on the Tube line from more than 100 novels, including works by Iris Murdoch, John Mortimer and Will Self, part of the ongoing project Art on the Underground.
Further to an interview with Will in the May edition of The Word magazine, here are some extra bits
Michael Bywater reviews The Butt in The Independent.
An interview from May 9 2007
The Guardian has one of the first interviews with Will to coincide with the publication of his new novel, The Butt.