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Interview: Raymond E. Feist on Magician's End


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When you work in the Publishing Industry there are a few milestones you pin to your career board; a task board of sorts, filled with golden stars of ‘done that’ or ‘still need to do’. There are certain events that seem pretty normal around these parts, like signed copies or author handshakes, but there is one thing I never thought I would do, and that was sit across from THE Raymond E Feist and ask him about fantasy’s most memorable character. Feist, as daunting as it was to shake his hand, immediately welcomes you in with warm conversation and dry wit – his publicist welcomes me with a big smile in the richly furnished 54 on Bath hotel lobby, “Ray will be down in a minute”. 

 

“It’s been interesting, educational, pleasant, and the people are so very kind and warm” says Feist on his visit to South Africa “I am beginning to understand the geography, I don’t think I’ll be coming here in February.”

 

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