Weedy words of praise from a publisher in London"... it’s really witty and very strong ... I would compare the writing to Robert Rankin, or a really satirically biting Tom Sharpe, and will say again that I’m really impressed by it"
Review copies of Weed and Un-Tall TalesFor review copies of the novel Weed or the collection of short fiction Un-Tall Tales, send me a message through the contact page.
Category Archives: froody universe
Got up this morning, thought to myself, what I really need is a transparent mouse. Imagine my delight and relief then when I logged on to Kyodo news and discovered that Japanese scientists had invented just such a thing. It’s … Continue reading
Today I unglued myself from the tatami of summer self pity and went to the Gendaibijutsu Nitouhey: Dabijutsu Great Exhibition at Hep 5 in Umeda. And I am jolly glad I did because I haven’t had so much fun in a … Continue reading
I would like to express a huge debt of thanks to Kym Hutcheon of Kyoto After Dark for putting up a very large and froody interview about Weed and related things on the KAD site. The splash is much … Continue reading
My article about Seitaro Kuroda, artist, in Kansai Scene: click here. [Ooops! Kansai Scene has taken all past content offline, so I’ll be re-posting this article as soon as possible.] It was a whoppingly good afternoon hanging out with the … Continue reading
At long, long last, the paperback version of Weed is available on Amazon, right here. O, frabjous day! Calooh! Callay! It’s only taken more years and tries than I would care to count, but, well, bloody mindedness will out. Now, … Continue reading
Well, if you want something done properly, do it yourself … ahem. The novel Weed and short story collection Shorts are now finally available through the Kindle store. Weed here. Shorts here. Way past time too. The two have been … Continue reading
http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg20427394.000-alien-planet-could-be-ultimate-water-world.html http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/2009/dec/16/waterworld-planet-earth-life With a tachyon drive such as the one Weed is building, we could be there in no time at all.
A new blog to promote the novel Weed and short stories of Chris Page. And aren’t you all just sick of hearing about this.