Spring is in the air! Well, sort of. Winter seems to be finally shuffling away from my present location, anyway. That’s something.
Aside from kicking off my series of posts on how the books of the late Jack Ketchum fared onscreen, I haven’t produced much visible work this month. As far as invisible work is concerned, though, things are different. I’ve been prepping the second issue of Midnight Widows (pencilled by the always-wonderful Marcela Hauptvogelova, inked by myself, colourist TBA) which has been taking up a good chunk of my time and shaping up to be something I am very proud of indeed. The crowdfunding drive is still on track to be launched sometime this year.
I’ve also been writing. My book Monster Hunters, Dinosaur Lovers: Speculative Fiction in the Culture Wars is still taking shape bit by bit, and on top of that, I’ve got a second book that’s about halfway finished. Announcement coming later…
Articles published elsewhere this month:
- Jack Ketchum on Film: The Lost
- Jack Ketchum on Film: The Girl Next Door
- Jack Ketchum on Film: Red
- Amazing Histories, June 1927: Prize-Winning Stories
I hope you enjoyed at least some of the above pieces. If so, then a small donation to my Patreon would be very much appreciated!
Article topics for April and beyond: