Trainspotting With Irvine Welsh

He smashed it with Trainspotting, then followed that up with a number of iconoclastic books that blew the socks off established publishing standards . . . and now he’s heading for Bali. Tony Stanton spoke to the erudite author ahead of his appearance at UWRF. Irvine thanks for taking the time to talk with us. I wanted to start with a passage I read from a Guardian interview with you last year by Simon Hattenstone, who wrote: “It’s a nasty, brutish world he creates. In Filth, his protagonist is the filthiest of police officers; Marabou Stork Nightmares is about a … Continue reading Trainspotting With Irvine Welsh