Monthly Archives: October 2012

October is a month for comics….

All attention at the moment on the next offerings from Disconnected Press, my comics publishing (ad)venture.

We had a great reception for the two books we published in May this year.

Disconnected Vol 1 is an anthology of stories all about the weird and wonderful things that happen in small towns but don’t make the big city press. We were blessed with some incredibly talented writers and artists and have had some great feedback and reviews.

Our other book, Lost: Boys, featured four stories written by yours truly, with art by four relative newcomer artists. Not only did we get more glowing reviews, we’ve also SOLD OUT of the first print run. A second print run and digital edition are in the works.

Inspired by our first endeavours, we’re now working on Disconnected Vol 2, carrying on the same small town theme with a new crop of creators, and on How To Kill Bears, another anthology, this time featuring up and coming female artists. Both will launch at ThoughtBubble in Leeds in November!

The short stories and the great novel-in-progress will be back on track come November, but right now, it’s comics all the way to print deadline day…..!

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