Guest blog from one of my favorite writers of novels and comics, the mighty GREG RUCKA, taken from his Tumblr FRONT TOWARD ENEMY. http://ruckawriter.tumblr.com/post/170228499083/greg-how-do-you-deal-with-creative-block
#NowReading #Lazarus #ImageComics #GregRucka #Michael Lark “CULL,” Part Three. Forever gets schooled. Sonja gets revenge. Story By: Greg Rucka Art By: Michael Lark Cover By: Michael Lark Published: August 31, 2016 See more at: Imagecomics.com
In a recent Greg Rucka Debrief on the Word Balloon with John Siuntres podcast (dated January 15, 2016), Siuntres, the comic industry’s greatest comic book conversationalist (not named Jonah Weiland of CBR), discussed as usual a great deal of ranging and fascinating topics with writer/creator Greg Rucka. At one point in the 2-plus hour conversation Rucka answered a question regarding the work he did for DC Comics last Spring for their CONVERGENCE event storyline (CONVERGENCE: THE QUESTION #1-2 with artist Cully Hamner), it was an answer in which he also addressed the prospects of doing more work with the Big Two publishers of DC and Marvel. “Getting to do those two issues of Convergence with Cully were tremendous and for me were as close to closure as I’m ever going to get in this industry, at least working for the Big Two,” Rucka said. “That’s not to say I’m done period . . . I’ve learned that is a very foolish thing to say. But right now there’s just no plans. And the way the …
Image All-Stars Talk Creative Advice, Avoiding Clichés and Fan Fic
A few months ago while perusing the Mulholland Books website (the suspense fiction imprint of Little, Brown and Company and publisher of notable authors such as Lawrence Block, Joe R. Lansdale, Charlie Huston, Greg Rucka and soon, Warren Ellis), I stumbled across the short fiction blog that they also publish, called POPCORN FICTION, featuring cutting edge fiction that’s mostly in the crime and science fiction genres. I can never have too many crime and suspense fiction stories to read, so naturally I subscribed to be notified when a new story has been posted. There are some good reads there. Check it out. A new story by Les Bohem just went up on the front page yesterday. And for any of you working or just aspiring writers out there, here are the submission guidelines for Popcorn Fiction.