Neil Griffiths

In this episode we speak to Neil Griffiths, author of the recent As A God Might Be published by Dodo Ink

Neil was winner of the Authors’ Club First Novel Award for his earlier novel Betrayal in Naples, and shortlisted for best novel in the Costa Book Awards for Saving Caravaggio.

Neil is also the founder of the Republic of Consciousness Prize which recognises independently published novels that combine ‘hardcore literary fiction and gorgeous prose’.

We discuss the ecosystem of fiction, the present golden age of indie publishing and the Republic of Consciousness prize, which Neil founded.

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  1. This novel is:
    ‘Cock, fuck, bra strap’ on a 600-page loop, and you start to feel yourself going mad. He is right about his prose style: there are passages of perfect writing, and the sections on theology, love, power and the numinous, when they briefly appear, are very good. Such a puerile waste. The fate of this novel was entirely predictable.

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