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New things for March


The Mindscape of Alan Moore, Shadowsnake Films (2007).


The Adventures of Little Lou, Savoy Books (2007).

Two very different works approaching fruition this month. The Alan Moore DVD I’ve been working on since November but the release date is finally approaching so I’ve added the artwork to the relevant pages on this site.

The Adventures of Little Lou is a work of transgressive fiction by Lucy Swan forthcoming from Savoy Books. I’m currently finishing the interior design and the book should be published later this year. This is the front cover layout; more to follow.

Previously on { feuilleton }
Of Moons and Serpents
Alan Moore interview, 1988



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7 comments or trackbacks

  1. #1 posted by Eroom Nala


    Nice Mindscape coming out close to my birthday instead of Alan’s.
    I really like the screenshots and also the image on the DVD itself.
    Really looking forward to finally seeing this. Especially all the extras.

  2. #2 posted by xen


    heh. just saw the man deliver two quick readings at the South Bank. Music courtesy of Coldcut. Pretty good stuff. I’ll look out for the DVD.

  3. #3 posted by Eroom Nala


    What were the readings about? I’ve never heard Coldcut. somthing to look forward to.


  4. #4 posted by John


    That would have been the Robert Anton Wilson event.

    Coldcut are okay. Rather them than Coldplay.

  5. #5 posted by Eroom Nala


    I haven’t heard Coldplay either.
    Boy am I behind the times when it comes to music.
    I’m only just now catching up to PULP with their Hits collection.


  6. #6 posted by Eroom Nala


    Damn these incorrect links.
    Who would name their son Jarvis?


    Wonder if he got teased about it at school?

  7. #7 posted by xen


    Yes, it was the Robert Anton Wilson event. The first was a reading from the Illuminatis, the second a poem he wrote.

    Coldcut should stick to making dancefloors throb. They distorted R. A. Wilson’s words so much they were practically impossible to understand. Should have added subtitles. The visuals they created were fantastic though.






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