ABOVE: ALAN MOORE. PHOTO COURTESY OF MITCH JENKINS.
Part Joycean epic, part Tolkienesque adventure, with a little family history, cosmological contemplation and autobiography to boot, Alan Moore’s new 1300 page novel Jerusalem (Liveright) is mad, beautiful, brilliant—and everything else in the world, really. Here he talks to us about life as a “recovering comics writer,” and choosing to live in heaven, even within a predetermined block universe.
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JERUSALEM (LIVERIGHT) COMES OUT SEPTEMBER 13, 2016.
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