Paul Auster on his new novel, 'Invisible'

Interview with Granta magazine
Paul Auster. Photograph by: Bebeto Matthews/Associated Press
Granta’s new issue, Granta 106: ‘Fiction Special’, includes ‘Invisible’, an extract from Paul Auster’s forthcoming novel of the same name, to be published by Faber in the UK and Frances Coady in the US. Auster is an internationally acclaimed author of more than twenty books of fiction, non-fiction and poetry. He is also a frequent Granta contributor – ‘Invisible’ marks the eighth appearance of his work in the magazine. In this exclusive Granta interview, he talks about the emotional intimacy and intertextual exercises of his fiction, the ‘intensity of youth’, the unsettling quality of narrative clarity and his writing process.
Paul Auster has been interviewed by Granta Magazine at his home. He reflects on the upcoming publication of his new novel, Invisible, and shares some insights into his writing routine. You can see the interview online at Granta's website by clicking here.