A book recently came out with an extensive interview with me (in German!). It was a Q&A with Claudia Herling spanning four spreads. The book is called Illustration Index and is fashioned after the Index series available in the US (books like Type Idea Index, Design Essentials Index, and Color Index). The interview was conducted in English, but translated into German.
It was a standard interview with questions like "What are your favorite projects to work on?" (Answer, in short: I have been loving experimenting with type.); "How did you become an illustrator?" (Answer: I was an art director first and started doing illustration on the side to establish clients.); "I love your color choices. They seem to play a big part in your work." (Answer: I think color is my area of expertise. I use color blocks to help establish mood and composition in a piece.)
The interesting thing is that most of the illustrators featured in the book are living in Germany. I was very flattered that they included my work as an example of art created in the US. I picture all the German people reading this and scratching their heads wondering where in the world is "Indiana, USA".