Category: Conventions
Thirty Years A Writer…

Today’s the 22nd of March. Which means that tomorrow, the 23rd of March I will have been writing professionally for thirty years – as that date, back in 1987 was the day that I first walked into Rathbone Place and entered the offices of YOUR SINCLAIR magazine

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Gallifrey One Schedule…

In two weeks I’m a guest at Gallifrey One: 28 Years Later, the biggest and best Doctor Who convention in the US. And today my panels and meetings etc were announced. (note: signings haven’t been confirmed yet, I believe.) So, if you want to find me over the weekend&#

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San Diego Blues…

Last week was the San Diego Comic Con, and for the first time in three years I was back. Which felt weird, as I also haven’t been writing many comics in that time either

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That Was The Year That Was…

So the year draws to a close, and with it a roller-coaster ride of a career path, which has slowly made the transition from comics to film and television, while also moving me into the world of reluctant reader novels. I’ve made some new, amazing friends, reconnected with old ones and I’ve lost people along the way, but at the end [&hellip

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How A Salesman Can Help You Pitch…

So in a couple of weeks I’m returning to Raindance to run my one day seminar on Writing for Graphic Novels and Screenplays, and part of my seminar is about networking, and more importantly what not to do. They’re rules I’ve used all my career, and now I’m moving into film and TV, I’m finding that they’re even more vital for a screenwriter. [&hellip

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Houston, We Have A Convention…

Last week I was at Houston’s ComicPalooza Con, or rather the ‘Texas International Comic Con’, and it had possibly one of the most awesome beginnings that I’ve ever had at a convention, and possibly may corrupt any idea in my wife Tracy’s mind on what to expect in the future on one of these trips, as on the Thursday before the convention, I [&hellip

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Comicpalooza CANCELLED…

Sad news today – Tracy and I have had to pull out of attending the ComicPalooza Comic Con in Texas next weekend. It’s a ‘real world’ problem over work conflicts – the chap we rent our flat from is selling it and our ‘get out’ date has been moved forward from August to the start of June, which means that [&hellip

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