Kieron Gillen's Word Mail

  • May 17, 2017 027: that dimension is inside my chest.

    Don't Hate the Player, Hate The Games Master.

  • May 10, 2017 026: an ominous meat-ball.

    I would like to make it clear that I married an Italian for reasons other than her ability to cook pasta sauces, but if this newsletter is suddenly cut short, you know why. The smell coming up the sta...

  • May 03, 2017 025: We Came. We Saw. We Command & Conquered.

    Oddly big week, for a bunch of reasons. That you're not getting a joke first line probably says that. Details of it some herein.

  • April 20, 2017 024: A guillotine rather than a rack

    The Windy City is Mighty Windy that's why they call it The Windy City, you fool, stop wasting my time, just get away from me, you make me sick.

  • April 12, 2017 023: genre on fire

    This week I don't need anyone tweeting at me to remind me if I have books out. I need people tweeting at me to remind people of all the books I have out. N.B. I don't. I know them and I love them as m...

  • April 05, 2017 022: Gynty The Roo

    I'm in the sort of work place where I need someone tweeting at me that I have a comic out this week to realise I have a comic out this week.

  • March 31, 2017 021: the feeling is bittersweet and vertiginous

    A skip week after 20 weekly newsletters seems pretty good to me. But I am famously lazy, so what would I know, eh?

  • March 16, 2017 020: the aim is always to do Hyperballad on paper

    This one is going to be very quick, as I'm about to run off to the London Book Fair, and if I do it when I get home, the kickstarter I want to talk about will actually be over. Except now I've written...

  • March 08, 2017 019: get to Mount Doom and win.

    I'm thinking of the sequencing of these things. I normally start with “this is important relevant work stuff” which is on one hand, what this is for (“Hey, Kieron, what stuff is out?”) and on ...

  • March 02, 2017 018: what time is love?

    Flying to Milan to launch the Italian edition of WicDiv seems very on brand, somehow.