Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Author Interview – Mark David Major & Layce Boswell @markdmajor

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Mark David Major

What are you most proud of accomplishing so far in your life?

MARK: Completing my PhD in Architecture at University College London even though it took 20 years to accomplish with an 8-year sabbatical during that period, so really only 12 years of dedicated work on writing the thesis.

What is your favorite color?

MARK: Black, no wait, that’s the absence of color. Uh, blue.

Do you find the time to read?

MARK: Yes, but it’s become harder and harder to find the time.

Last book you purchased? Tell us about it.

MARK:  Albert Speer: Architecture: 1932-42 by Leon Krier. It’s a re-issue of a 1980s book about Albert Speer’s designs for Berlin under Nazi Germany, which was very controversial when first published. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Stieg Larsson but Layce borrowed the book before I could start reading it.

Who do you admire?

MARK: Layce.


An Infinitesimal Abundance of Color, written by Mark David Major and beautifully illustrated by Layce Boswell, tells the simple story of a father answering his daughter’s questions at bedtime.

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Genre – Juvenile Fiction/Bedtime and Dreams

Rating – G

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