“George Miller is the kind of interviewer every writer dreams of meeting; subtle, generous and keenly alive to the work. I felt like I’d learned something about my own writing – as well as the art of interviewing – from him.”
Robert Macfarlane, author of Mountains of the Mind, winner of the Guardian first book prize and The Old Ways, shortlisted for the Samuel Johnson prize 2012, chair of 2013 Man Booker judges

“Sometimes when you talk to a literary journalist you feel that your book has been confiscated. You feel it slipping further from you, as you somehow miss the opportunity to say what you mean, and find yourself saying things you certainly don’t mean. George Miller’s interviews are different. Instead of taking your book away and making it into something else, he gives it back to you in a subtly enhanced form. I look forward to our meetings and the insights they produce.”
Hilary Mantel, twice winner of the Booker Prize for Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies

“One does not soon forget the erudition, the obvious close reading, the imaginative empathy and, in short, the singular interviewing gifts of George Miller.”
Sebastian Barry, twice winner of the Costa Book of the Year

 “One of the most searching and therapeutic interviewers around, gets to the truths gently and elegantly.”
Alain de Botton, author of The Consolations of Philosophy, Status Anxiety, Religion for Atheists inter al.

“I’ve always enjoyed being interviewed by George Miller. He knows what he’s talking about, he’s read the book carefully, and he’s got a great eye for an interesting question.”
Mary Beard, Cambridge Professor of Classics and TV presenter

 “George is an outstanding interviewer: informed, intelligent and probing. He asks the sort of questions all authors should ask themselves, and presents the results in a professional, user-friendly package. I recommend him highly.”
Robert Douglas-Fairhurst, author of Becoming Dickens, fellow and tutor at Magdalen College, Oxford

“Yours was the first, and remains the best, of the interviews I did for my last book: searching questions, and imaginatively edited video, adding up to a more vivid impression of my intentions than I could have managed myself.”
Francis Spufford, author of The Child that Books Built, Red Plenty and Unapologetic

“Being interviewed by George is always a pleasure, not only because he reads the book thoroughly in advance (I wish I could say the same for all interviewers) but also because he asks some thought-provoking questions. You have to be on your toes a bit with him, and the result is usually a far more interesting podcast.”
Simon Garfield, author of Mauve, Just My Type and On the Map

“George Miller has twice in recent months publicly interviewed me in connection with my book Modernity Britain. He performs this task in an attractively understated way, draws out the author through perceptive, well-chosen questions, and encourages audience participation while gently but firmly avoiding monologues from the floor. I know from extensive experience that interviewers at literary festivals and suchlike vary greatly in quality; and I can say with confidence that George is one of the best.”
David Kynaston, historian

“We work a lot with George. He’s an excellent interviewer – on stage and on film. Most important of all, audiences like his style and his knowledge. Feedback is never less than brilliant.”
Andrew Kelly, Director, Bristol Festival of Ideas

“The bespoke service George Miller provides of researching, interviewing and editing makes him the ideal person to work with Yale’s authors to create unique audio and video content. Always flexible and inventive, George ensures that the process is seamless for both in-house teams and authors, and the end results always intrigue and delight.’”
C. Stafford, Head of Marketing, Yale University Press, UK

“My first choice of interviewer would always be George Miller: empathy and insight are both rare qualities, to be prized. I’ve rarely felt so at ease as when talking to him, simply because he understands.”
Colin Matthews, composer

“George Miller has the author / publisher podcast market all sewn up.  No one is more assiduous, well-prepared and intelligent. It’s not unusual, these days, to find yourself being interviewed by someone who hasn’t read your book.  When I made the grave error of assuming this might be the case with George, he was extremely indignant!”*
Lucy Worsley, TV presenter and author of If Walls Could Talk and Courtiers

* mock indignant [GM]