I’ve taken the Wonder Woman book back in house, and will be self publishing it. More news on that as it develops – I have to figure some things out there because I have too many books in too short a period and don’t want to flood the market.
Speaking of Flood, Bloomsbury Academic has an interview with me and my co-author Alex Reed on that book, which is out in November. Which is also the rough estimate for nearly everything else – Hartnell version two (no earlier, since I’ve got An Adventure in Time and Space and The Beginning to do for it, though those really can be dropped in a week before release – it’s what I did with Wheel of Ice), Baker Volume one (revised all the existing essays, still need to write new ones), and, as I said, Wonder Woman.
Last War in Albion will run on the next four Thursdays, then take a hiatus. I’m terribly proud of it, but also rather nervous – especially early on when the shape of the project isn’t clear yet.
I’ve got a pile of stuff I owe other people, most of it terribly interesting stuff that you’ll get to enjoy some day.
Tell me what the future will be like.