Stripschrift has been going since 1968 and I believe is the world's longest-running magazine about comics, so it's a real honour to appear in it. A huge thanks to John for all the work and research he put into the article.
I had an article of my own appear in a magazine recently - nothing to do with comics though. I wrote a piece on a little-known local ruin, Brambletye manor, which has held my fascination for years. It included a few pictures from my own collection, most of which you can see online here, and appeared in the September 2010 edition of East Grinstead Living.
Back to comics - this weekend sees the launch of De Regenboog Orchidee at De Stripdagen in Houten (Netherlands), and I'll be there on the Sunday (26th). Before that (tomorrow, Saturday 25th) I'll be at the Bath Festival of Children's Literature, on a panel with Dave McKean and Robin Etherington called Graphic Novels: the new revolution.
I've been wanting to post little extracts of artwork from volume 3 (which I am now busily drawing away at), but am finding it difficult to choose bits that don't give too much away! Let's try this one...