Having done the electroconvulsive therapy story, I'm now wondering whether a second Psychiatric Tales book is a good idea. I don't think I have enough in me for another mental health book, and I'm keen to explore other ideas. Vaguely I'm thinking of doing a book of science related story-strips with a strong sceptic stance. I'm not at all sure. But I think I should just go where the muse takes me, rather than tie myself down to a particular area. It will have some Psychiatric Tales in it, whatever. Let's just see what develops. It's much more fun that way.
Tomorrow I'll be on BBC Radio Scotland's The Radio Cafe, talking about Psychiatric Tales and comic book storytelling in general. It's live, so I hope I don't say bum or anything.
Here's two recent pages of The Streets Of San Diablo from the Activate site.
Pearson, Cannon Among Comics-Makers Nominated For BD/Manga Category Of A "Young Readers" Book Prize - This year's loaded BD/manga category of the awards given out in conjunction with the Le Salon du livre et de la presse jeunesse in Montreuil included at le...
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