The Financial Times has an interview with Miguel Syjuco, one of the many young people who joined The Gazette for a summer and then left for greener pastures (becoming an award-winning novelist). There he talks about the various cities he’s lived in and what makes them cool. (via mtlweblog)
Syjuco takes part in a panel at the Blue Metropolis festival this week. Details are at the end of the Gazette story.
(Hey Miguel, you don’t per chance need an agent, do you?)