The Guardian is running a series of transcripts, audio pieces and commentaries called Great Interviews of the 20th Century. Their most recent addition is F Scott Fitzgerald interviewed by Michael Mok.
The article that introduces the series is called What Makes a Good Interview? by Paul Laity. Here is his take on the Fitzgerald interview:
No interview with a writer has featured more prominently in his own legend than Michel Mok's meeting with a broken-down, drunken F Scott Fitzgerald in 1936. Rumour had it that, having read the interview, the novelist tried to commit suicide. The flame was guttering, he thought, his fame as a novelist was well nigh extinguished. He could not, of course, have been more wrong.