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Flux and Mutability (6/94)

Published in SOS June 1994

[June 1, 1994]

Shift

Taken from Shift: Japan-based international online magazine features creative culture.

[April 14, 1999]

Love, devotion and divine intoxication (April 19, 1999)

by Anil Prasad (innerviews.org)

[April 19, 1999]

Livewire's One on One (17 dec. 2000)

by Tony Bonyata

[December 17, 2000]

Philadelphia City Paper (21 december 2000)

by A.D. Amorosi

[December 21, 2000]

Barnes & Nobles special

[January 1, 2001]

The Onion, February 28, 2001

By Joshua Klein February 28, 2001

[February 28, 2001]

Tony Fletcher's iJamming interview (march 2001)

by Tony Fletcher

[March 1, 2001]

Spencer Kansa; interview with David Sylvian

Spencer Kansa, author of Wormwood Star: The Magickal Life of Marjorie Cameron (Mandrake) contributed this interview with David Sylvian

[April 1, 2001]

Mixing It

by Chris J. Walker

[November 1, 2002]

Questions Of Spirit, 2003

David Sylvian: Questions prepared by Dr. Darren J. N. Middleton, July 8, 2003

[July 8, 2003]

barcodezine.com, 2003

Originally published in 2003 by Danny Turner

[July 12, 2003]

Interview with Steve Jansen (7/03)

by Billy Donald

[July 22, 2003]

The other side of pop life

by Hannah Jones, published on WalesOnline and in The Western Mail

[August 15, 2003]

the-raft re-issues interview

by EMI

[September 7, 2003]

The St. Petersburg Times, April 18th 2004

By Sergey Chernov

[April 18, 2004]

The Japan Times, April 18th 2004

By KEN KAWASHIMA

[April 18, 2004]

Fourth Door Review Q & A, 2004

The following is the original Q & A which appears in edited form in the 7th issue of Fourth Door Review. David Sylvian interview: questions prep....

[September 18, 2004]

Adventures of the Spirit

by Darren J.N. Middleton

[December 7, 2004]

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