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And How Are You Tonight, Mr Wilson?

Posted by invizweb on July 23, 2008

Alan Moore, writer of Swamp Thing, WatchMen, and V for Vendetta appeared to pay tribute to Robert Anton Wilson in London at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, London March 2007.

Courtesy of the Only Maybe Blog of RAW’s Maybe Logic Academy.

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We’re off to see the Wizard, the wonderful Wizard of Northampton – Pádraig Ó Méalóid talks to Alan Moore

Posted by invizweb on June 21, 2008

In an interview Pádraig Ó Méalóid conducted with Alan Moore:

P: Lost Girls has been out in the States since October 2006, and it’s only recently out in the UK. Was there any surge of interest in it when it was released in the UK, or did it just come out and that was that?

AM: Well there was a certain amount, we’re getting good reviews, it’s apparently selling very well, and the only thing that was surprising was that there was no trouble, either in the American release or the British one, or any of the European ones that we’ve heard of so far. It’s that there hasn’t been – we didn’t know what might happen, and we were certainly prepared to have to defend Lost Girls, perhaps in a court of law and we were confident that we could do that, but…

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