So nice to have Lost Islands revisited – and to be reminded of why I got into them in the first place. Can’t wait to see what emerges from the fertile mind of this fellow explorer and creative whirlwind.
Those of you who know me will know that I’ve been a fan of Kevan Manwaring’s work for the best part of a decade. And if you’ve been reading the blogs for a while you may also have picked up that one of the things I do is write a graphic novel series set on an island that is cut off from the rest of reality. Hopeless Maine, as Walter Sickert put it is ‘an island lost in time’.
It’s a terrible thing to have to admit that I’ve only just got round to reading Kevan’s Lost Islands book. I read it in July because I’m thinking about writing more in the Hopeless Maine setting and I knew it would help me think around that.
One of the things I love about Kevan’s work, taken as a whole, is that he doesn’t sit tidily in a single, neat marketing definition…
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