Probably because of his new book, Up in Honey's Room, I've been reading a lot of interviews with Elmore Leonard. He's always fascinating to listen to and has a unique spin on things. There's a good one by Duane Swierczynski done just before the release of Honey's Room. But I stumbled across this one from 2003 that has become one of my favorites. The "Dickens of Detroit" covers more area and a broader set of topics than most interviews you'll see/hear from him.