Of course I said yes - the couriering is fascinating, and on top of that, Chappell has been having solo bike adventures around the world, and started Ultra Endurance racing - and I genuinely recommend this book, there's so much in there about London, life, how we make our own maps of a place. So when Faber asked me if I wanted to interview Emily, of course I said yes to that too.
We talked about cycling and life, and about the writing of it, and you can listen to it on my site, or read a partial transcript over on Podium Café. And thanks to Faber, I have a free copy of the book to give away - my blog tells you all about it (leave me a comment on my site, or tweet me with #PigeonsGiveaway and I'll put your name into a cycling cap). Of course, all the links to everything we talked about are on my site - and if you want to pre-order a copy of the book, you can do it on Amazon, or your favourite bookshop.