Well, the sixth and final book came out in the UK, the votes are in, the publishers have put their heads together, I’ve thought about it carefully and now it’s official. Bryant & May are going on. They have no status, no unit, no authorization and nowhere else to go. How could I leave them […]
In this latest Bryant & May mystery, I decided to investigate the murky world of London pubs because they are such an essential part of London. They’re also being killed off. Last year saw the closure of 1,400 traditional English pubs, and the closures are accelerating fast because of rising costs, competition from clubs and […]
Posted on 21st August 2008 |
This found image graced the cover of my neo-Faustian novel ‘Spanky’ (his real name was Fritz Kok – I wish I was making it up) and accidentally turned what was meant to be a serious supernatural thriller into something that looked embarrassingly like gay porn. However, Guillermo Del Toro was taken with the image, […]
The team at Clerkenwell Films who are developing Bryant & May for television have come up with some firm choices on casting, although they have been monitoring everyone’s casting thoughts in these pages. I can’t share the final choices yet as the series will have to win a commission first, but some of your ideas […]
Posted on 3rd August 2008 |
I seem to write a lot about old London, but I love modernity in cities just as much. Each time you log onto this site you’ll see a different image from the city, but here’s one I just took of an art installation near the Festival Hall.