Interview from the bottom of the world: Jeremy Bloyd-Peshkin
(This post is the first in a series that I’ll be doing interviewing the people who helped me research and produce my latest novel, The Winter Over, a psychological suspense thriller set at the South Pole)
In the course of my research, no website quite captured the look and feel of the beauty and danger of the South Pole more than Jeremy Bloyd-Peshkin’s site, Ulterior Motors (http://ulterior-motors.com). His honest and often amusing accounts of spending both an Antarctic summer and winter at the South Pole’s Amundsen-Scott station as a mechanic and “fuelie” were incredibly helpful, but even that was blown away by his photography.
I had a chance to catch up with Jeremy via email and get his take on some of the more interesting aspects of life at the bottom of the world.
(All photos courtesy and copyright of Jeremy Bloyd-Peshkin. Please don’t use without attribution and, preferably, permission!)