Interview with Nick Papadimitriou
Nick Papadimitriou is a British author, whose widely acclaimed novel Scarp was published in 2013. He is also the author of Foul Deeds and Suspicious Deaths in Barnet, Finchley and Hendon (2009). Papadimitriou designed the Middlesex County Council website in 2007, and in the same year he helped provide material for Will Self’s The Book of Dave. in 2009, John Rogers made a film on Papadimitriou’s life and thought, called The London Perambulator. From 2009 to 2011, along with Rogers, Papadimitriou hosted Ventures and Adventures in Topography, a radio show on Resonance FM. Papadimitriou calls his walks and writing ‘deep topography,’ and is in turn described by his professional colleagues as a ‘deep topographer’, distinguishing his field of research and literature from ongoing trends of psychogeography.This interview was conducted on a rainy afternoon, in a small café at Golders Green, near Hampstead Heath, in London.
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