If you do interview her, please let us all know. I am sure that there are quite a number of us on here who would like to suggest questions to ask.
Back in 2011, she wrote this superb critique on COP/IJS. I've often wondered if she could have chosen when she was born and could have had her skating career all over again, which era would she have preferred to skate in. Given her views on COP/IJS, obviously not the current one. I also doubt she would want to go through the same problems she encountered with an era in which compulsories contributed 50-60% of the marks. As for the period between the elimination of compulsories in 1990 up to the introduction of COP/IJS, would she have preferred to have competed in an era in which 3F's, 3Z's, and 3+3 combinations became the norm, and Ito and Harding were performing 3A's (i.e. a more athletic era)? What about the period between 1973 and 1990 when the short program was introduced and the percentage contribution of compulsories was gradually diminished? I have often suspected that this is the era in which she would have been most successful. I wonder what her views are on that.