Last year I started seeing notices for a book entitled Michel Foucault: The Last Interview and Other Conversations (for example, see Google Books or Rizzoli Bookstore). Online bookstores list it but do not stock it, and Worldcat suggests no libraries have a copy. It was listed as published by Melville House, but there is nothing on their website.
It always looked a little dubious, likely repacking previously published material in a new form. The publisher has told me that ‘the project is on indefinite hold’, but has provided no other details. Does anyone know the story, or what it was supposed to contain?