BorderKitchen Interviews: T.C. Boyle @ Online


“Our consciousness is the most important thing we have. We are always present, bubbling with ideas, thoughts, wishes, and language is what allows us to do so. Animals have to be careful when they come near us.


Many of them end up in a pan, on a barbecue, or run over.

But they too have a consciousness and their own view of the world.


But they can’t tell us about it. But what if they could? What if we can teach them our language? What if they speak the words we don’t want to hear?”


 – T.C. Boyle

Questions that are the core of cult writer T.C. Boyle’s new book Talk to me.

He will be our guest on the 14th of April during a new online BorderKitchen.


The interviewer is Sander Pleij. 


T.C. Boyle (1948, Peekskill, N.Y) is a New York Times bestselling author and has published more than fourteen novels and eleven collections of short stories. He’s won many awards, among them the PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction and a Lifetime Achievement Award. Boyle lives in California.


Tune in via Zoom of YouTube.




April 14, 2021 @ 8:00 pm



Online (free)


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