Well, it seems some people actually read this thing...
This is just a very brief post to say sorry for not saying anything for a couple of weeks. Some problems at work coupled with a very uninspiring bunch of comics coming out, and some semblance of a social life have left me with less time than normal for writing.
I will post properly tomorrow, on a semi-comic related topic (the Alan Moore/Iain Sinclair/Michael Moorcock reading I went to last week) but wanted to gather my thoughts on it a bit. Expect it about this time tomorrow. This should lead to a discussion of 'ideaspace', possibly comparing and contrasting the use of magic(k) in Moore with Morrison. I hope to post the first of those posts on Sunday.
If you can't wait til tomorrow for my writing and are willing to accept a non-comics related piece, I have an article up on the culture 'zine The High Hat about Brian Wilson which is a lot less clever now than when I wrote it (it's quite galling to spend a couple of thousand words teasing out the previously-overlooked goddess symbolism in someone's songs only to have them then start a song with "Summer of 61/A goddess became my song". Other critics never have these problems. Shakespeare never wrote a sequel to Hamlet called "No, he definitely was mad, no really"...). It does mention Jack Kirby, so that might be enough for you.
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