I always cast a fond eye over books of long interviews with creatives, and especially those featuring photographers or those in the field of science fiction and intelligent comics. So a 2005 book of interviews from the University of Nebraska, Voices of Vision: Creators of Science Fiction and Fantasy Speak seems especially interesting.

With human-done audio transcription now costing only about $1 (50 pence) per minute, for an investment of less than £500 one could theoretically create a Lulu book like this by using podcast interviews recorded from IP telephones or even from high-end webcam chats. No travel costs, no costs for international phone calls.