Paul Cornell is a British award-winning author who writes original novels, media tie-in novels and TV episodes for Doctor WHO, and more, comics for Marvel and DC such as Wolverine, Superman and Batman, etc. He talks about his original novels, ROSEBUD and WITCHES OF LYCHFORD and more in this interview with Selina Lovett from Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester.
Dan and Steve return (later than usual) with a discussion of Steve Engelhart and Frank Brunner’s Classic work on Doctor Strange from 1974.
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Paul Cornell has written episodes of Elementary, Doctor Who, Primeval, Robin Hood and
many other TV series, including his own children’s show, Wavelength. He’s worked for
every major comics company, including his creator-owned series I Walk With Monsters for
The Vault, The Modern Frankenstein for Magma, Saucer State for IDW and This Damned
Band for Dark Horse, and runs for Marvel and DC on Batman and Robin, Wolverine and
Young Avengers. He’s the writer of the Lychford rural fantasy novellas from Tor.com
Publishing. He’s won the BSFA Award for his short fiction, an Eagle Award for his comics,
a Hugo Award for his podcast and shares in a Writer’s Guild Award for his Doctor Who.
He’s the co-host of Hammer House of Podcast.
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On this Episode Kieron Gillen and I discuss the effect having a solid structure in storytelling has on your writing. Enjoy!
This week we sat down with Paul Cornell, who is releasing his new horror comic I Walk with Monsters. We also get his thought on some of the DC and Marvel comics he has worked on, as well as current comic heroes, and the Justice League Snyder Cut. Check it out in comic stores now, or get more information at https://www.paulcornell.com/2020/08/i-walk-with-monsters/
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Stuart Ingram joins Katie and David to take a fresh look at DEVONthink. We discuss what
On this edition of Conversations with History, UC Berkeley’s Harry Kreisler talks with writer Christopher Hitchens about writing, dissent, and the challenge of taking on cultural icons. [8/2002] [Show ID: 6725]
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TORCH Goes Digital! presents a series of live online events Big Tent - Live Events! This event is part of the Humanities Cultural Programme, one of the founding stones for the future Stephen A. Schwarzman Centre for the Humanities.
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Professor Emma Smith (English Faculty) in conversation with Erica Whyman (Royal Shakespeare Company).
Both Emma and Erica have recently had their Shakespeare events cancelled; Erica’s production of The Winter’s Tale for the Royal Shakespeare Company, and launch events for Emma’s book This Is Shakespeare. In this conversation, Erica and Emma discuss these events, their hopes for them, and what Shakespeare offers us both now and in the future.
Professor Emma Smith - Tutorial Fellow in English and Fellow Librarian, Professor of Shakespeare Studies, University of Oxford
Professor Smith’s research combines a range of approaches to Shakespeare and early modern drama. Her recent work has been about the reception of Shakespeare and about the scholarly and cultural investments in Shakespearean criticism. ‘This is Shakespeare - How to Read the World’s Greastest Playwright’ is her latest publication (2020).
‘The best introduction to the plays I’ve read, perhaps the best book on S…
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The Origins Podcast is now a part of The Origins Project Foundation. We are celebrating this new partnership with this podcast with Stephen Fry. In one of the broadest and most compelling dialogues to date, the incomparable Stephen Fry spends 2 hours discussing with Lawrence topics ranging from Greek Myths and Language, to AI, technology, religion, politics, and mental health.
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The Origins Podcast, a production of The Origins Project Foundation, features in-depth conversations with some of the most interesting people in the world about the issues that impact all of us in the 21st century. Host, theoretical physicist, lecturer, and author, Lawrence M. Krauss, will be joined by guests from a wide range of fields, in…
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