Reality Check: Torchwood novelists
July 19, 2009
— Sci-Fi London
In a panel discussion recorded live at a meeting of the British Fantasy Society, late 1980s Doctor Who script editor Andrew Cartmel talks to a quartet of Torchwood novelists – Mark Morris, Sarah Pinborough, Guy Adams and Joe Lidster – about bringing the show to the printed page and expanding the adventures of Jack, Ianto and Gwen to the length of a hardback novel.
(Recorded and edited by Alex Fitch)
For more info, please visit the home of this podcast at Sci-Fi London
Links: Official BBC Torchwood website
Wikipedia pages on Torchwood novels, Andrew Cartmel, Guy Adams’ novel ‘The House that Jack built’ , Joe Lidster, Mark Morris and Sarah Pinborough
The British Fantasy Society website
Alex Fitch’s interview with Joe Lidster about his writing career so far
Pho and Muc: comics and photos at the Arts Bar, Camberwell
Julian Hanshaw, winner of the 2008 Observer graphic short story competition for his comic strip “Sand Dunes and Sonic Booms”, exhibits images from his forthcoming travelogue / Thai cookery graphic novel “The Art of Pho”, alongside photos by Rob Athill of Saigon’s late night food vendors…
20th-26th July 5.30pm – late
Arts Bar (above Funky Munky),
25 Camberwell Church Street,
London SE5 8TR
Meet the artists at a special squid party night on the 23rd…!
Kevin O’Neill at the Illustration Cupboard
14 July – 08 August 2009
The first British exhibition of his original artwork from.
The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen
Nemesis the Warlock
The Illustration Cupboard is pleased to present the first British exhibition of the world-famous graphic-novel artist Kevin O’Neill.
An exciting and sometimes controversial artist this unique event offers fans and collectors an opportunity to view thirty pieces of Kevin’s original drawings and paintings never seen before, and provides visitors to London during the summer season a chance to visit a truly special event.
All artwork is available for purchase, and signed books will also be for sale.
The exhibition will continue on our first floor gallery throughout the remainder of August.
Artwork can be viewed and purchased off our website from 8th July.
Prices range from £500 – £7500
Monday – Friday 10am to 6pm
Saturday 12pm – 5pm