Keith Page

B&M / Q&A

Don’t believe that publishers spend their time waiting for authors to deliver. Much of our lives are spent waiting for publishers to decide. While I’m in a holding pattern over the fate of Bryant & May, and a number of other works, here’s a Q&A I did recently about writing. ‘The Bleeding Heart is the […]

You’ll Hurt Your Eyes!

The photo is from the lovely ‘London Street Photography’ at the Museum of London. Mothers always said you’d hurt your eyes reading comics. Now I’m starting to think they were right – the captions seem so small to ageing eyes. As a kid I took all the British comics because everyone else did. Beano, Dandy, […]

The Real Maggie Armitage, White Witch

I know this should really be on the new Bryant & May website, but I’ve just finished writing ‘The Casebook Of Bryant & May 1: The Soho Devil’ – which will be the title of my first Bryant & May graphic novel with ‘Thunderbirds’ and ‘Commando’ artist Keith Page, and he asked me what white […]

Bryant & May Come To Life

One way or another, my senior detectives are going to find a way to come to life. Right now, scripts are being prepared for a TV adaptation from the folks who brought you ‘Wallender’. I’m hard at work on the first draft of the next novel – and we’ve been given the all-clear to create […]