The Most Interesting Man in the (Bible Production) World?

I was embarrassed by the title of Michael Johnson's interview with me -- "Bible Publishing's Most Influential Person?" -- because I'm definitely not the most influential person in Bible publishing. Fortunately an industry insider tweaked the accolade a bit, saying I'm Bible production's "most interesting person." That I can live with. Last Halloween I couldn't decide between going as Capt. Haddock from Tintin or the Most Interesting Man in the World ("I don't always read physical Bibles, but when I do, I prefer goatskin bindings"). Next year I'll know which to choose. Michael asked all sorts of good questions, so I encourage you to follow the link, read the interview, and let me know what your think! Also, check out this brief note about the ESV Reader's Bible and The Psalms ESV from Alan Jacobs, who graciously links to Bible Design Blog. I've been a longtime fan of Jacobs since hearing him on Mars Hill Audio years ago. Follow his blog, and more importantly, read his books.