Highbrow literary magazine the Paris Review has redesigned their site, putting every single one of their interviews—dating back to 1953—online in the process. This is a remarkable resource for interviews with writers, and the trove includes conversations with lots of important dead people like Truman Capote, T.S. Eliot, Vladimir Nabokov, Kurt Vonnegut, Hunter S. Thompson, lots more. There are also important alive people like Jonathan Lethem, Haruki Murakami, Martin Amis... the list goes on and on.
It's a huge time suck. So get sucking.