Sunday, 14 January 2018

Twitter Twatter #51

November 2017 does Twitter:


























































Wednesday, 10 January 2018

Outside Into 2018

ATB Publishing have announced the latest in their series of Outside In volumes.

Fresh from publishing their excellent books on the original series of Star Trek during its fiftieth anniversary year and Star Trek: The Next Generation in its thirtieth birthday, what have they set their sights on in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine's silver anniversary?


That's right: Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

And its spinoff series, Angel.

I was a bit surprised, but equally I was really looking forward to reading it. I love Buffy and Angel and I'd be devastated if I couldn't be a part of these.

I've recently delivered my submission for Outside In Takes A Stab and it seems to have been well received. More details on that nearer the time. I'm hoping to write for Outside In Gains A Soul, but I haven't decided which episode I'd be writing about yet.

Sunday, 7 January 2018

Twitter Twatter #50

October 2017 on Twitter






















































Monday, 1 January 2018

My Predictions For 2018

With last year's prognostications all having come true, I'm sure you'll be wanting to know my predictions for the year ahead.

Here are my predictions for 2018:

In a surprising move, Mike Leigh will sign a huge merchandising deal that will see the likes of Abigail's Party and Vera Drake on lunchboxes, in colouring books and as stuffed toys, as well as recreated in computer game form.

Nutritionists will finally acknowledge that Jammie Dodgers, Chocolate Oranges and lemon sherbets should be included as one or more of your five a day.

The Carmarthenshire village of Bancyfelin will inexplicably win Miss Universe.

In fashion, expect to see higher hemlines, more parallel lines and a greater variety of colours including more heliotrope, umber, chorak, blenk and squunt.

Mathematicians will calculate Pi to its final digit. It's a 4.

Happy New Year.

Wednesday, 27 December 2017

Twitter Twatter #49

September 2017 on Twitter:

















Friday, 10 November 2017

More Stewart Lee Downstreaming Opportunities

Thank you to everyone who got in touch to point out that I have neglected a number of downstreaming options for Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle and those who, adorably, thought that I genuinely believed downstreaming was a thing.

In addition to Netflix, it's also on the Amazon, the iTunes and on YouTube as well, but not the normal YouTube, the YouTube you have to pay for.


Either way, the DVD will be cheaper.