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December 24, 2011
The Mass of X


December 11, 2011
That Time of Year

While we're being all link-festive, in celebration of Jack Womack month here's sixteen years worth of the man being interviewed:


Mr Newman Being Interesting As Usual

Back in June, at Electric Sheep Magazine, a lovely interview with Kim Newman about his updated re-release of Nightmare Movies. Very interesting indeed. Listening to this cheered me up (a tad) after being fa-a-a-r too slow to get tickets to Neil Gaiman and the Fourplay String Quartet. Le sigh.

Also on Nightmare Movies, these interviews in Filmwerk and Dawn of the Dad. A new edition of Anno Dracula also came out in May. Here's Mr Newman on said tome at Geeknative, MTV Geek, Bookgeeks (rolls eyes) and Alternative Magazine, and at Blastr on 10 inspirational vampire novels, at Monsters & Critics on people borrowed for the book, and at Wired on alternat(iv)e histories in general.


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