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Another lifelong ambition realised, muhahaha – a mention in Rich Johnston’s Lying in the Gutters column, the greatest column in the comics universe. Many thanks to the Mystery Man who told me about this – his identity will be revealed when confidentiality clauses permit 🙂
Will put these up in the appropriate sections at some stage, but here are an interview with Jai Arjun Singh in Business Standard, the CNNIBN report on the Delhi launch and a review in Mint.
And a mention in HT books. And the Virgin Comics blogpost on Tall Tales of Vishnu Sharma, and a preview
Update: Deccan Herald review
Update: Unwaba reviewed in Outlook

About Samit Basu

Novelist. Best known for fantasy and science fiction work. Most recently, The City Inside (Tordotcom)/Chosen Spirits (Simon and Schuster)


6 thoughts on “Linkdump

  1. Great Reviews!!! Congratulations!

    Posted by Indrani | January 16, 2008, 10:17 pm
  2. ❤

    Posted by S. Debi | January 17, 2008, 2:20 am
  3. “Fantasy author Samit Basu is scripting the first Terry Gilliam comic book series for Virgin. No news on what it is, but it was apparently “too radical” to be filmed.”

    Oh, man! Is this going to be The Defective Detective? Tell us, please! This is so exciting!

    Posted by Aditya Bidikar | January 25, 2008, 1:28 pm
  4. I do hope so. Details, sir! Details!!!

    Posted by Rich Johnston | February 4, 2008, 1:47 pm
  5. r they available in india?

    Posted by Neema | February 6, 2008, 3:04 pm
  6. hey…when art thou heading towards Bangalore? Much awaited here…do come soon!

    Posted by samyutha | February 10, 2008, 6:07 pm

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February 2008


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