A further interview in our series on time and sustainable economies is now available. Katherine Gibson is one part of the authorial collective J.K. Gibson-Graham who have written a number of highly influential texts that have challenged the notion that there is no outside of capitalism. Instead in both The End of Capitalism (as We Knew It): A Feminist Critique of Political Economy and A Postcapitalist Politics they emphasise the continuing diversity of economic forms, only some of which are capitalist. In this interview Gibson and I discuss the role of time in her work, including in J.K. Gibson-Graham's newest book with Jenny Cameron, and Stephen Healy Take Back the Economy. The importance of an 'ethics of time' in this work has been noted by Jeff Popke and there are nice resonances with his analysis here.