Posts Tagged ‘ EDDIE CAMPBELL, guest blogger ’


February 4, 2011
Posted by: Gina Gagliano
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There was once a man who's amazing He's the one who everyone was praising Then he ended up dead You get his nephew instead In this tale of the circus and hell-raising.  (I fully expect Eddie Cambpell to come around and deny any and all responsibility or association with such a limerick.)

May 24, 2007
Posted by: Danica Novgorodoff
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“Eddie Campbell has officially established himself as the master of turn-of-the-20th-century comics…. Mixing a mystery that keeps you guessing until the very end with great action sequences and compelling characters, The Black Diamond Detective Agency may have been intended for the screen, but it’s hard to imagine how the story will ever surpass the treatment Read the Rest…

Others have posted about this, but it’s too good to pass up on Doodles & Dailies Two excellent Australian podcasts that should add to the ongoing conversation about FATE OF THE ARTIST! This first one is a ten minute review, and a very intelligent one, by playwright Polash Larsen for a daytime national radio program Read the Rest…

[More Eddie Campbell artwork to be found online, plus another great bookstore to discover — if you’re in the hemisphere…] “Readers of The Fate of the Artist looking for some other Eddie Campbell oddities are directed to the site of Bent Books Australia, where they will see displayed a dozen caricatures of famous authors (see Read the Rest…

By far my favorite interview yet of Eddie Campbell can be found at at the Powell’s Website. Eddie answered in cartoon form. Don’t miss it. More to come with First Second luminaries at the Powell site. Powell’s, by the way, is the largest independent bookseller in America (I think) and my first and favorite stop Read the Rest…

Mr. Rob Salkowitz at Emphasis Added gives a blazing wildfire of a review to Eddie Campbell’s Fate of the Artist. Salkowitz places his reflection on Eddie Campbell’s book squarely in the modern artistic dilemna, and you can read it all on his blog here. Meanwhile, an excerpt: Reading The Fate of the Artist is one Read the Rest…

It really is a media storm Eddie Campbell is provoking… We need to keep up with editorial reviews on the Fate of the Artist catalog page… From Jeff Lester, who works at Brian Hibbs’ THE COMICS EXPERIENCE store in San Francisco: FATE OF THE ARTIST is not only far and away the release of the Read the Rest…

Diary of an author, staring out the window while simultaneously drawing page 110 of the BLACK DIAMOND DETECTIVE AGENCY. (part 23.) (see yesterday’s posts)

Diary of an author, waiting. part 22. “We usually learn to wait only when we no longer have anything to wait for.” — Marie von  Ebner-Eschenbach     Having finished waiting for his book to come out, the author finds within himself an aptitude for staring out of windows.

Diary of an author, waiting. part 21. “The opposite of talking isn’t listening. The opposite of talking is waiting.” — Fran Lebowitz Now that he’s done waiting, the author can’t stop talking. [editor’s note: indeed — and there’s more juicy Campbell talk here in another excellent piece from Jennifer Contino.]