First announced in San Diego this summer with additional details shared today at the New York Comic-Con, The Vampire Diaries digital first anthology series will feature stories by B. Clay Moore, Colleen Doran, Leah Moore and John Reppion, Tony Shasteen and Cat Staggs, among others.
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I am very, very excited to be a part of (one third of, to be exact) the collection and will be posting more about it here very soon.
For the last couple of months I’ve been writing a (semi) regular posts over at Yo Liverpool about weird history, forteana, folklore and other fun stuff related to Liverpool and Merseyside.
At present I’m only managing a couple of posts per month and, to be honest, that’s probably how it will stay for the foreseeable future but hopefully that will be enough to keep you coming back.
Warren Ellis says:
Warren Ellis says…
t 3.09 am (Greenwich Mean Time) tomorrow morning the centre of our Sun will be in the same plane as our planet’s equator and the Summer will officially turn to Autumn. There will also, for the first time in nine years, be a full moon in the sky to see in the new season. The Harvest Moon appears larger than other full moons and often takes on a reddish tinge… but it’s too cloudy here to see it at the moment, sadly.
2010 seems to be flying past and it feels rather weird not to have had anything new out since May (not counting collections). Rest assured that we’re still working our arses off, cracking on with Sherlock Holmes – The Liverpool Demon, and preparing for that very, very, very exciting project we keep mentioning but not telling you anything about. Alright, how about this as a tiny bit more info – in addition to Windflower Studio, we’ll also be working with the wonderful Emma Vieceli. Excited now? You should be!
Who would have thought that it would take us two years from the picture to the left was taken at Thought Bubble Leeds to fulfil our ambitions of working with both Leigh Gallagher and Ms. Vieceli… and that no-one would get to read any of it until 2011… Ah well.
We have been proofing scripts and indeed artwork for that Mike Raicht penned Dynamite follow up series we mentioned not so long ago and it looks like #1 of that should be hitting the stands soon (we’d like to think around Halloween, but that’s not definite). It’d be nice to be able to show you a bit of that but we can’t really. No honestly, we can’t. Well, I mean… okay, look… so long as you don’t tell anyone, yeah? Alright.
Further to our somewhat opaque recent reference to a big comics-but-not-as-we-know-them type project which we can’t yet talk about, you might like to keep an eye on Windflower Studio’ s brand new website. Just saying.
o, it’s been a while, eh? How are you? Oh, we’re good thanks, keeping busy, you know. Yeah, sorry about all the obituaries, bit of a downer. What’s that? What have we been up to?
We’ve written an adaptation of H. P. Lovecraft’s The Shadow Over Innsmouth for a Self Made Hero anthology which is due out in 2011. The ever impressive Mr. Leigh Gallagher is handling the art and is currently wrangling with our mammoth script even as I type these words.
We’ve plotted a four issue follow up to a Dynamite Entertainment horror book we wrote a few years back which Mr. Mike Raicht is scripting and we’re overseeing. We’ve seen a bit of artwork already and it’s looking very nice.
We’ve just today finished writing #2 of our second five issue Sherlock Holmes series which is entitled The Liverpool Demon and is proving to be lots of fun thus far. Not sure who the artist is going to be yet but we’ll let you know.
On top of all that, we’ve got a big comics-but-not-as-we-know-them type project lined up which we’re very, very excited about and which we will tell you all about as soon as we possibly can. We promise.
And… I’m sure there’s other stuff too… Oh, we’ve got a couple of new collected editions out too. I’ll blog about those right now.
What’s that? Shut up? Fair enough.
Adam Christopher is a New Zealand-born SF writer living in the sunny north of England. Writing Habits is an ongoing weekly series of micro-interviews with writers and creators, providing a look at how worlds of fiction are constructed on a practical, day-by-day basis.
This week it was our turn.