Cartoon Gravity 17
Substack, Who Killed Aldrich Kemp? release date, Lovecraft bulletins, interesting links.
As you may already have seen in your inboxes, the Development Hell Substack is now live. Normal service will continue here on Cartoon Gravity, but the more inside-baseball screenwriting stuff will be over on Substack. I really love how this platform works and cannot recommend their iOS app highly enough.
I have taken the liberty of adding everyone on this list to that list, but you should feel very free to unsubscribe from Substack if it's not your bag.
Substack offers a paid subscription tier, and I'm not sure what I'm doing with that yet, but it might be a good place to do some behind-the-scenes Lovecraft Investigations development stuff, as I find my way through writing season four.
Anyway, I just wanted to explain why you might be getting far more emails from me than are welcome over the next day or so. It won't last, I promise, there's just some admin bits and pieces etc that Substack sends out to everyone when a site goes live.
Anyway, while you're here, the new season of Aldrich Kemp, cunningly entitled WHO KILLED ALDRICH KEMP? is going to be wending its way into your ears on Radio 4 on March 24th.
There's also a meeting happening in the next week or so about those Lovecraft Investigations bulletins and there is a plan emerging for those, which I shall apprise you of when it's all been agreed. I think the Paris bulletin is back on the cards, though...
A quick one today, because of all the spam I'm generating all over the place. Here are the links that caught my eye this week:
Normal is what you can successfully ignore - Austin Kleon
Peek inside 15 of the world’s most beautiful libraries - The Spaces
Mysterious riverside home in London's Rotherhithe heads to auction - The Spaces
Tashirojima - Japan's Cat Island - Unusual Places
Artificial Intelligence Is Dumb | The New Republic
Operation Gunnerside: The Norwegian Attack on Heavy Water That Deprived the Nazis of the Atomic Bomb - Scientific American
And lastly, Range Media Partners, my reps in the US, made their way into a Vanity Fair article: Doesn’t Anybody Want to Be an Agent Anymore? | Vanity Fair
Have a good weekend.
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