Christopher Koch Profile

Jason Steger profiles Christopher Koch in "The Age" on the eve of the publication of his new novel, The Memory Room.

The only secret life Koch has is his writing. Without that it would be difficult for him to function. "All writers are obviously neurotic; this is an absurd occupation. And I think it begins very early. For various reasons, writers retreat into an imaginary world because they find ordinary life rather difficult or boring or both."

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