Earlier this week, The Phoenix took over the G2 section of the Guardian. CorpseTalk graced the pages with Daniel Hartwell and Neill Cameron’s Pirates of Pangaea, Neill Cameron’s How to Make Awesome Comics, Tamsin and the Deep by Neill Cameron and Kate Brown, Squid Bits by Jess Bradley, and Von Doogan by Lorenzo Etherington.
If you would like, you can read the full Guardian article here.
You can read more about the feature from David Fickling Books here, and a more in-depth article on The Phoenix by Dan L.
For those in the back row…
'The Phoenix is a phenomenon: a beautiful, enjoyably silly story magazine for girls and boys – it’s advert-free and it’s the longest-lasting new launch in the market in decades.'
- the Guardian
You can get your weekly copy of The Phoenix by subscribing here.
Check out The Phoenix shop for the Phoenix Presents series:
CorpseTalk Season One by yours truly.
Von Doogan and the Curse of the Golden Monkey, by Lorenzo Etherington.
Bunny vs Monkey: Book one, by Jamie Smart.
With more amazing titles due out soon!
Still curious about The Phoenix? How’s about a little peek into what goes into the weekly comic. Here’s a little comic I created with interviewer John-Paul Flintoff, about the Ficklings, which featured in the Guardian last summer (2013).
In other, ahem, news… I also appeared in The Metro in a piece called Desert Island Books. Check it out:
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