"Martin Amis creeps into the shot in the form of a decapitated body holding a Corona bottle." — "Christopher Hitchens Tells Jeffrey Goldberg That He Fears No Foxhole," Dan Duray, The New York Observer, August 9, 2010

"Martin Amis creeps into the shot in the form of a decapitated body holding a Corona bottle." — "Christopher Hitchens Tells Jeffrey Goldberg That He Fears No Foxhole," Dan Duray, The New York Observer, August 9, 2010

"Shortly after we settle into his living room with a couple of cold Coronas, I ask Amis about an offhand remark he’d made in a U.K. Telegraph interview, saying he was thinking of returning to the subject of the Holocaust in his next novel.” — "Martin Amis Contemplates Evil," Ron Rosenbaum, Smithsonian Magazine, September 2012

"Shortly after we settle into his living room with a couple of cold Coronas, I ask Amis about an offhand remark he’d made in a U.K. Telegraph interview, saying he was thinking of returning to the subject of the Holocaust in his next novel.” — "Martin Amis Contemplates Evil," Ron Rosenbaum, Smithsonian Magazine, September 2012

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But what of the wine carafe on the table?

"I don’t think this analysis of Martin is right – but when he returns clutching a beer, I ask him how Kingsley would have responded to September 11." — "The two faces of Amis," Johann Hari, The Independent, January 29, 2008

"I don’t think this analysis of Martin is right – but when he returns clutching a beer, I ask him how Kingsley would have responded to September 11." — "The two faces of Amis," Johann Hari, The Independent, January 29, 2008

"The novelist is seated on a cylindrical wooden chair, his interlocutor on a plump red sofa, the recording device resting tentatively between us on a curved glass coffee table, flanked by two tumblers of beer, which clink and chink every time they’re lifted and replaced." — "Martin Amis is not a jerk," Alex Blimes, GQ, April 4, 2011

"The novelist is seated on a cylindrical wooden chair, his interlocutor on a plump red sofa, the recording device resting tentatively between us on a curved glass coffee table, flanked by two tumblers of beer, which clink and chink every time they’re lifted and replaced." — "Martin Amis is not a jerk," Alex Blimes, GQ, April 4, 2011

"Finally Amis appears, waistcoated, specs on a string, bottle of white wine in one hand, two tumblers in the other." — "Interview: Martin Amis, writer," The Scotsman, February 7, 2010

"Finally Amis appears, waistcoated, specs on a string, bottle of white wine in one hand, two tumblers in the other." — "Interview: Martin Amis, writer," The Scotsman, February 7, 2010

Apparently, the Martin Amis interview ritual usually goes something like this. Journalist pitches up at a big house, is offered a glass of wine – or a game of tennis – and settles in for a long, cosy chat.
"Martin Amis’s Lionel Asbo: A satirical look at Britain’s working class," Claire Allfree, Metro, June 7, 2012
“‘My mother died the year before last, and we were thinking about that,’ says the novelist, 62, waistcoated, meeting the evening with a bottle of beer in his home in Brooklyn, New York.” and “The big brownstone is quiet. Amis switches from beer to wine.” — "Martin Amis: a new chapter in America," Tom Lamont, The Observer, June 2, 2012

“‘My mother died the year before last, and we were thinking about that,’ says the novelist, 62, waistcoated, meeting the evening with a bottle of beer in his home in Brooklyn, New York.” and “The big brownstone is quiet. Amis switches from beer to wine.” — "Martin Amis: a new chapter in America," Tom Lamont, The Observer, June 2, 2012

“Amis, trim and dressed in black, fetches two bottles of beer and seats us at a small round table.” — “Sam Tanenhaus on Martin Amis, Electro-Shock Novelist,” Sam Tanenhaus, Newsweek, June 25, 2012

Amis, trim and dressed in black, fetches two bottles of beer and seats us at a small round table.” — “Sam Tanenhaus on Martin Amis, Electro-Shock Novelist,” Sam Tanenhaus, Newsweek, June 25, 2012

“He fetches two beers from the kitchen, and a bottle of wine for later.” —  “Hay Festival 2012: Martin Amis: over-60 and under-appreciated,” Mick Brown, The Telegraph, June 10, 2012

He fetches two beers from the kitchen, and a bottle of wine for later.” — “Hay Festival 2012: Martin Amis: over-60 and under-appreciated,” Mick Brown, The Telegraph, June 10, 2012

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