My ideas are not meant to suggest dreams or reality, but a surreal quality.
Even the most complicated stories start with a very simple premise.
Your house is all about routine, not the unexpected events of your life.
I write for what’s left of the eight-year-old still rattling around inside my head.
I don’t like to travel. Yet all my books seem to involve a journey.
It’s not in the interest of the artist to think of his market.
I think, for the most part, our culture embraces that artists are born, not made.
I’m always a bit disappointed when I’ve finished working on a book.