Richard Wright

author of strange, dark fictions


Oriental Setting

January 12, 2010 by Richard Wright in Journal, Life

I was briefly disturbed to receive a xmas card this morning from Hiram Grange, who you will have gathered, is a character I have written about for Shroud Publishing.  I felt briefly like Stephen King had included me in one of his novels about a writer, which would bode nothing but ill.  I saw the co-signatory before I could get too carried away, I’m happy to say.

The card is one of the interiors from Hiram Grange and the Village of the Damned by Jake Burrows, produced in black and white in the book, but in glorious colour here.  Having an artist like Malcolm McClinton work with you on a project is a bit of a dream, really.

Right, tomorrow morning we’re off to Bangkok, oriental setting, and the city don’t know what the city is getting.  The creme de la creme of the…

No, hang on, that’s a song from the musical Chess.

See you in a week or so.

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