Slightly shorter lead-time this time around, folks: we'd like you to send in your questions to us no later than Friday October 3rd, please - so that gives you just over two weeks to think of something devastatingly interesting to put to Iain.
We do still have a few potential candidates on file from the first two rounds, so please don't feel the need to repeat yourself if you've already submitted a question that hasn't quite made the cut yet. On the other hand, if you'd like to try a new angle, or follow-up on something that was mentioned in the first two Q&A sessions, then that's always worth a try.
Same procedure as before, folks: send your best question (just the one per correspondent, please), by email, to email@example.com, with the subject line 'Iain [M] Banks Q&A Suggestion'.
We're hoping to post the answers sometime during the week commencing October 6th, Iain's schedule allowing, of course...
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