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Borges was often a willing interview subject, often displaying a charming combination of sparkling wit and a “Who, me?” kind of deference. This page collects Borges interviews, wither as offsite links or as oniste transcriptions. They are arranged in chronological order. Please email me if you know of any others!

A Blind Writer with Insight
New York Times, 6 April 1971. With Israel Shenker.
A combination interview/article.

Le goût de l'épopée
Magazine Littéraire, June 1977. With Robert Louit.
An interview with Borges from 1977. (French)

A Conversation with Jorge Luis Borges
Artful Dodge, 25 April 1980. With Daniel Bourne & Stephen Cape.
This interview is a rambling delight!

Quiet Executions Have Replaced Loud Bombs
Buenos Aires Herald, 21 January 1981. With Uki Goñi.
Borges discusses his views of Argentine politics.

–Allen B. Ruch
22 January 2005

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