Philip Pullman in The Times

Novelist and outspoken atheist Philip Pullman (author of the controversial His Dark Materials trilogy, which consists of The Golden Compass, The Subtle Knife and The Amber Spyglass) is interviewed by The Times this week.  My favorite Pullman quote: “I find it almost unbearably stupid when people talk about exploring their spirituality because I don’t know what the f*** they mean.”  Amen, Brother Pullman.  Parts I and II of His Dark Materials are playing at the Birmingham (yes, England) Repertory Theatre through April 18.

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