Tuesday 28 November 2006

Old block off the chip

Hayley Campbell started a blog before I did. You may remember her from such books as The Fate of the Artist and After the Snooter. As you can see, she's in London. Her house sharing pal took her on a search for a croton to decorate the place. Never having encountered one before, Hayley says it might be one of those creatures that comes round while you're out and tries on your underpants.

If you see her, tell her that her turns in the dishwashing rota back here are piling up at an alarming rate.



Blogger Ben Smith said...

Eddie, very glad to have you back at first hand. I kept Googling your name and 'interview' through the outraged and missing years, so it feels like a reunion to have you back undiluted. Coincidentally I just got hold of a copy of 'Autobiographix' and that felt like the missing link between 'Snooter' and 'Fate'. I'm glad to know you'll be filling in more of the picture on your blog.

28 November 2006 at 08:31:00 GMT-5  
Blogger Gabriel Villa said...

Mr. Campbell,

Really nice to know the man behind the drawings.
Your blog is already bookmarked.

Great work!
Gabriel - Brasil

28 November 2006 at 08:55:00 GMT-5  
Blogger smoky man said...

Eddie, I am here and looking for you. :-)


From an island to a bigger one
smoky man, Sardinia, Italy

28 November 2006 at 10:25:00 GMT-5  
Blogger Unknown said...

Hey Eddie,

welcome to the vaccum of cyberspace. I loved fate of the artist and having read of your exploits at Neil's blog I know that you are as paranoid and inventive as you report to be. Also, your daughter is hot! If you want to see Canada's only journalism review, of which I'm a part, go here: www.rrj.ca

-Aaron Broverman

28 November 2006 at 14:19:00 GMT-5  
Blogger Eddie Campbell said...

Great site. I found myself in the blog.
"As we all know, the interview is a complicated and delicate art...."
best to you

28 November 2006 at 15:07:00 GMT-5  
Blogger Dave Cake said...

Nice to see you adopting this convenient new-fangled form of communication with the world. I look forward to more missives in the Cambellian style.

I love the comics on Hayleys blog. I liked the one with you in it particularly.

Somewhat restrictive comments policy on your blog here - you'd get even more folks dropping by if you relaxed it, I wager.

28 November 2006 at 20:10:00 GMT-5  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Met Hayley in the pub on Saturday. Much was spoken of. Forgot to mention the dishwashing rota, though...

4 December 2006 at 05:24:00 GMT-5  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I also met Hayley very briefly in the pub, and she was lovely and demure, considering faced with hordes of semi-sober comic creators twice her age (not you Dave, I'm talking about me and certain others!). Ed performed his chaperone duties with aplomb!

She's a credit to you, Mr Campbell, sir!

4 December 2006 at 12:09:00 GMT-5  

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