Monthly Archives: May 2011

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Fred Gambino at the British Library

At the launch of the new science fiction exhibition last night we were pleased to see how well the book cover paintings by Fred Gambino and Jim Burns were presented. China Mieville spoke in a very entertaining way, and the … Continue reading

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Review for A Monster Calls

Frank Cottrell Boyce has written a review in The Guardian which puts this book into sharp context. As he says, “Ness, Dowd, Kay and Walker have rifled death’s pockets and pulled out a treasure.” He is right. As for Jim … Continue reading

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A Monster Calls

This week sees the launch of the much-awaited book by Patrick Ness and originally conceived by Siobhan Dowd. Walker Books hosted an excellent party last night, at which booksellers and reviewers expressed much interest in the book, and the families … Continue reading

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Fred Gambino’s website

This magnificent woolly mammoth by Fred Gambino was produced for Texas Monthly. And now Fred has updated his own website, with the mammoth leading you into an impressive collection of work for film, books and editorial work.

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