Posted on October 4, 2022 at 3:15 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

Author Cormac McCarthy has made somewhat of a second career out of being interview-averse.

But from 1968-1980, he was a little more willing to chat with the press, as evidenced by some ten-plus interviews that were recently rediscovered — and republished.

The New York Times shares highlights from these McCarthy interviews for the curious; they're available in full, however, in the Cormac McCarthy Journal (which also has some of the original images).

Among McCarthy’s novels: Blood Meridian, considered his masterpiece; All the Pretty Horses, which won the National Book Award; The Road, which received a Pulitzer Prize; and No Country for Old Men, which along with the prior two novels became an acclaimed movie.

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