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INTRODUCTION

UNSEEN SUPREME
  • NEW JACK CITY PGS 1-8
    By Alan Moore and Rick Veitch

    SELECTED WRITINGS
  • "HOLY SMOKE"
  • "MAII.23.HOR.6.POST MERIDIEM. MORTIAK."


    SCRIPTS
  • "THE MIRROR OF LOVE"


    1963
  • WHAT HAPPENED TO THE ANNUAL?
  • INTERVIEW WITH AFFABLE AL


    PERFORMANCE ART
  • THE BIRTH CAUL
    By Alan Moore, David J, Tim Perkins
  • THE MOON AND SERPENT GRAND EGYPTIAN THEATRE OF MARVELS
    By Alan Moore, David J, Tim Perkins
  • BROUGHT TO LIGHT
    By Alan Moore and Gary Lloyd



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    ALAN MOORE

    Selected Writings

    Alan Moore is an accomplished wordsmith who is often called upon to contribute articles and introductions to publications that most of his comic book fans never see. In this section, we'll be posting some interesting examples of these, beginning with two interesting tidbits of late-vintage Alan.

    The first is "HOLY SMOKE", the transcript of a recent short appearance by Alan on LONDON WEEKEND TELEVISION, in which he was invited to share his personal answer to the perennial question, "What is reality?"

    The second is a piece Alan contributed to the JOHN DEE exhibition at the Jago Gallery in Shoreditch in 1997 (other contributors included Michael Moorcock, Iain Sinclair, Dave McKean, Chris Pettit and Marina Warner). "Maii. 23. hor. 6. post meridiem. Mortlak." is a word collage, created by cutting phrases from the works of John Dee, (most notably his 17th century tract, "A TRUE AND FAITHFUL REVELATION OF WHAT PASSED FOR MANY YEARS BETWEEN DOCTOR JOHN DEE AND SOME SPIRITS") and pasting them into strange new sentence structures and paragraphs.





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