Posts Tagged ‘Non-fiction’

Cliff Twemlow essay

Friday, December 23rd, 2016

Booklore has just been published by Zagava. A very beautiful book, expertly crafted and handsomely designed; it includes my essay Fishing For The Pike, a treatise on the life and times of Cliff Twemlow and my some-might-say unhealthy obsession with his 1982 piscine pulp classic The Pike.


Pretty stellar line-up of contributors in this one, including Brian Catling, Reggie Oliver, Timothy Jarvis, and Supervert.


New Comic Column

Tuesday, December 16th, 2008

Most people would probably have announced their new comic column just as the first one was hitting the net, but we do things differently around here.

So, I am announcing my new-ish comic column, It Came From Beneath The Bed, which I write for GeekPlanet.  Issue six, in which I talk about the Sub-Mariner and insult a major Hollywood celebrity, went up last week.  You can read them all here.

It’s weekly but irregular (like the bowel movements of an elderly man or a woman of any age) and is full of pictures and about 1000 words of waffle about comics.

It is probably the most best written comic column on the internet.  And no mistake.

Crécy Review

Tuesday, September 30th, 2008

I wrote a short review of Warren Ellis’s graphic novella, Crécy, for GeekPlanet.

Hellboy Library Edition

Sunday, August 17th, 2008

Short review for GeekPlanet.


Monday, August 11th, 2008

I’ll be writing a few bits and pieces for sci-fi website GeekPlanet.

First piece of mine is about the old BBC Quatermass serials for their Why We Love…  column.

You can read it here.

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