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63 Wed August 08 2001 - 18:59:25
Fullname: chris mccall
Comments: I've been a fan since your first book, I like the new direction you seem to be taking, just one thing though....will you be giving Bryant and May another outing. P.S How old are they meant to be ? My wife and I are in dispute over it.
64 Mon July 16 2001 - 21:01:19
Fullname: carrie horgan
Comments: This may seem a bit of an odd question to ask, but you didn't once pen a book on How To Impersonate Famous People, did you? I was rummaging through an old box of books and thought I recognised your picture - if so I'm pretty pleased with myself. It could be a once in a life time trainspotter moment. (But why no Norman Wisdom?!).
65 Sat June 30 2001 - 14:01:28
Fullname: Mistress Nia
Comments: Good to hear of the new stuff on the way. Must admit that I didn't rave about Calabash as much as anything else of yours that I've read - maybe I'm just not nostalgic enough to appreciate it. My all time favourite still has to be Spanky - he's my hero
66 Fri May 25 2001 - 15:26:51
Fullname: Doug Dresser
Comments: I just got tuned in to your work and wanted to get more info on the books and movies. I am working on a film with Guellermo Del Toro and David Barto now and would like to talk regarding future developments...I will also contact the publisher.
67 Wed May 23 2001 - 21:18:56
Fullname: Kevin Etheridge
Comments: Chris. Is 'The Look' on the first C5 series of 'Urban Gothic' or is it still to come in series 2 - missed season 1 as I was working away, and it clashed with something the my other (better ??!!) half watches .
all the best, kevin
68 Fri May 18 2001 - 15:47:52
For all those looking for a nice C.Fowler collectable - go to http://www.herebedragons.co.uk/bfs/pub20.htm quickly, and get which ever version of the book 'Urban Gothic' your pocket allows - I've got the lovely PB version - which is top quality paper, and very nice to hold and look at, signed by his Fowlerness, and features his story 'The Look' written for the Channel 5 series 'Urban Gothic' A hardback version also exists.. This is a really nice book, also featuring the Exellent Simon Clark (and Graham Masterton) - and three newer writers, who also happen to be bloody good as well (small press fans will recognise their names) - GO BUY!!! Limited pressing of only 300 on the PB - even less for the hard cover!!
69 Sat May 12 2001 - 18:07:02
Fullname: Marco Sieber
Comments: Please help !
I need for my schoolwork all the living-dates from christopher fowler. If you can help me, send the informations on my e-mail-adress. All thanks !
70 Sat May 05 2001 - 16:54:24
Fullname: Christopher Fowler
Comments: Thanks for the ideas - I've replied to everyone individually. Just to confirm a couple of things - the next novel has been delivered - it's officially called 'Get Out Of The House'. Three books planned following this; 'The Devil In Me' (delivered), 'Nothing Is Too Much Trouble' (started) and 'Scared Of Everything' (also started). I am now doing regular columns in 'PURE', 'TTA' and 'The Edge'. Didn't want you to think I was sitting around doing nothing...
71 Thu April 26 2001 - 16:30:59
Fullname: kevi etheridge
Comments: Great Idea from Richard viz' the anthology of Britain - what about it christopher ???
72 Mon April 23 2001 - 23:41:18
Fullname: Richard Wright
Comments: Hi there. I'm a recent convert to your work, having gone through Roofworld, Rune, and Disturbia in the last couple of months. I'll be picking up many more, I hope.
I was delighted to hear recently that there may be a Roofworld movie forthcoming, including in the cast one David Thewlis (and possibly Anna Friel). Can you confirm this, or is it the usual rumour nonsense?
Also, an anthology notion which you miught be particularly suited too (I know you posted this back in January, but hey, my twopenneth might be worth something still) - what you're best known for is your unique depiction of London. Basically, you immerse your short stories and novels in a vast historical and cultural context, bringing the city alive to the reader in a unique way. How about editing an anthology of works which do this for different regions/cities across the UK? Basically, taking the Christpoher Fowler approach to regions they know something about? That way you'd have a product which also tapped your unique strength as writer/editor. If you got the sort of response you wanted, you'd end up with an anthology of horror/the fantastic which doubled as an extremely esoteric guide to the UK. Just a thought...
73 Mon April 02 2001 - 16:40:11
Comments: Bllody hell - it's back.. what a pleasant surprise.
Great places to find books -
You should be able to find copies of all Christopher's books on these - from reprinted paperbacks, to signed originals - they normally appear fairly frequently... all apart from 'More City Jitters' - which is almost impossible to get hold of!!
Hope that helps..
74 Tue March 27 2001 - 13:06:22
Fullname: Kevin Hawkins
Just wanna say how much I enjoy reading your books, I must admit the cover of spanky did attract me at first but after reading that I found myself having to read more and more of your books.
Well thanks for having interesting covers and well more interesting content in your books.
75 Tue March 27 2001 - 07:47:22
Comments: Interesting beginnings on site but font is tres small! don't forget us old folk with fecked eyes.
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