The #londonrainbow as seen from SelMadeTowers :-) https://t.co/Qwmnzd5d9a
8 hours ago
@writer29 @LondonBookFair in the Cross Media Collection. Full details here: https://t.co/nPsFWbLHB1
11 hours ago
@writer29 @LondonBookFair As long as you have a ticket to get in, it's open to all. Would be great to see you there.
12 hours ago
RT @thebookseller: .@SelfMadeHero is publishing a graphic biography of musician, novelist and actor Nick Cave: https://t.co/C8WO3zovBb
13 hours ago
The Bookseller on our acquisition of rights in Reinhard Kleist's Nick Cave: Mercy on Me: https://t.co/PHjJk5QHGq https://t.co/u8mOxlO6t5
3 days ago
- The #londonrainbow as seen from SelMadeTowers :-) https://t.co/Qwmnzd5d9a
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Monthly Archives: August 2010
Every time I finish work on a Sherlock Holmes graphic novel the last panel I draw and letter has some appropriate line that sums up the journey’s end. For example, in A Study in Scarlet it was “and freedom lay … Continue reading
Hello, I’m Catherine Anyango. I recently created the graphic novel adaptation of Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness for SelfMadeHero. I’ll be writing a series of blog posts about illustrating the book. This first post goes through some of the graphic devices … Continue reading
SelfMadeHero in the TLS Originally uploaded by SelfMadeHero Get a load of us in the Times Literary Supplement! A few year’s ago we had a lovely review of Emma Vieceli’s Hamlet in the TLS, which said that her Hamlet was … Continue reading
Sancho by Rob Davis We are delighted to announce our latest graphic novel adaptation! The artist and adaptor is none other than the enormously talented Rob Davis, who’s been working on a pitch for SelfMadeHero for a while now. It’s … Continue reading
Will Bingley is the author of Gonzo: a Graphic Biography of Hunter S. Thompson, the latest in SelfMadeHero’s graphic biography series. It is available to pre-order from Amazon for £11.24 via our store. This is Will’s second post in an … Continue reading
Martin Rowson’s, Tristram Shandy Martin Rowson, author of the graphic novel adaptation of Laurence Sterne’s masterwork The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman, will be appearing at this year’s Edinburgh International Book Festival. Martin will be in conversation with … Continue reading
A reason to buy the Financial Times this weekend Originally uploaded by SelfMadeHero If you pick up the Financial Times this weekend you’ll get three free recipes from the bestselling Moomins Cookbook. Don’t say we never give you anything!
This is an Issuu player, click on it… we double dare you! Last year we published the simply breathtaking Manga Shakespeare title, Twelfth Night by Nana Li. As with all the titles in our Manga Shakespeare series, each artist is … Continue reading
This month the lovely folks over at NEO Magazine have begun an exclusive serialisation of our forthcoming Dicken’s adaptation, A Tale of Two Cities. If you’ve not read the original story, don’t worry! All we’ll say about it in this … Continue reading
‘Goneril’, a page from Ilya’s ‘King Lear’ sketchbook From West to East and East to West, the hybrid artform that is manga (the Japanese for ‘comic strip’) continues to develop in many different directions. The exhibition at Idea Store Whitechapel will present … Continue reading