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Audio Interview with Glen Baxter

Artist and writer, Glen Baxter talks briefly with Don Swaim in this 1983 interview about Baxter's background in Leeds, Belgium, and how he moved on to creating his cartoons. Baxter's interest in art began at the age of four, and was in competition with his fascination of language. He eventually blended his love for language with his love for drawing. For Baxter, he found that his work is trying to express the insanity that he sees in the streets everyday. His books include Atlas, The Impending Gleam, Trundling Grunts, Blizzards of Tweed and many others.

Listen to the Glen Baxter interview with Don Swaim, May 10, 1983
(15 min. 35 sec.)

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For many years most of the best writers of the English language found their way to Don Swaim's CBS Radio studio in New York. Wired for Books is proud to webcast these interviews in RealAudio.

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