I recently had the huge honour of being interviewed by Tim Cundle, novelist and editor of the seminal music and slipstream-culture-bible that is Mass Movement Magazine.
Tim is a really insightful and intelligent interviewer which made the interview a complete joy. He’s also a very talented writer in his own right. If you can track down a copy of Compression, his latest novel, I promise it is well worth a read.
If, like me, you watched the recent Japanese tsunami, that left over 8,500 people dead and half a million people homeless, with a sense of dismay and sympathy then you’ll undoubtedly want to do something to help those struggling to cope with the aftermath. Here’s a suggestion of how you can make a small but significant contribution.
I recently had the honour to contribute to the Comic Book Alliance’s fundraising anthology ‘Spirit of Hope’. This fabulous graphic novel contains a stellar line up of contributors with some amazing stories and art and is a mere steal at only £14:99. Every penny of the profits from this publication will go towards providing aid for those who are most sorely in need in the wake of the recent catastrophe.
If you’re planning to attend the Bristol Comics Expo this weekend (14/15th of May) Then please stop by and see me. I’m going to be participating in two panels plus signing copies of my novels and comics. The first panel is about ‘Women, Politics and Cartooning’ on Saturday at 12pm in Panel Room 2 at … Read more
Now I know you’re sitting there right this moment wracking your brains thinking to yourself: “Just where can I buy an audiobook for 4 to 7 year olds about imaginary friends, fitting in and the power of imagination?” Well my friends look no further, simply click on this link and you’ll be spirited over to … Read more
Those you you who haven’t yet jumped on board Alien Ink, Channel 4’s first ground breaking on-line comic for young adults, really ought to do so right now. Particularly if you’re into programmes like Skins and Misfits. It’s the story of a group of teenagers from trendy Camden town who hang out at tattoo parlour … Read more
I have been silent of late but now, thanks to a huge infusion of virgin’s blood I have returned and I bring gifts. A free issue of the exceptional Mass Movement Magazine. Not only does it include some excellent articles and a free Nuclear Blast EP it also contains a sordid confession from me on … Read more
I recently had the good fortune to be interviewed by silver scream queen and inveterate blogger Lorna D Keach. The resulting conversation can be found here: http://darkmarkets.com/2010/06/interview-jasper-bark Please go and check it out, Dark Markets is an excellent site and I promise it will be worth your while. If you have a few moments I’d … Read more
I had the extreme pleasure of being grilled by the highly talented horror author Joseph De Lacey recently. You can see the results of our intense mental struggle over at the Horror Reanimated website here: http://www.horrorreanimated.com/2010/06/04/interview-with-jasper-bark-by… I had a lot of fun doing this interview. Please do go and check it out and while you’re … Read more
If you are among the million or so people who can’t possibly conceive how they once coped without an i-pad. Or one of the even larger horde of proud i-phone owners then there is something I would like to bring to your attention. It’s an app that I’ve written that may be of great use … Read more