The interview covers some good ground, including Wolfe's experiences in the Korean War and his predictions about where the world is going, while focusing on his new novel Home Fires, which was released earlier this month (although I'm still waiting for my copy to arrive in the mail - that's what happens when you live in Australia, I guess).
Josh also does a good job of introducing Wolfe, and I particularly liked this paragraph:
No one else writes like Gene Wolfe. Perhaps most famous for his four-part Book of the New Sun — which Neil Gaiman called "the best SF novel of the last century" — the onetime industrial engineer and editor crafts stories that seem to hint at dozens of things left unsaid. His prose can be simultaneously baroque and perfectly clear, demanding deeper engagement from readers than most fantasy and science-fiction literature does — and supplying commensurate rewards.Hear, hear! Check out the whole interview on the io9 blog, which is one of my favourite sources of nerdy news.