Dec 122016
 

I love all the Dragon Rider books and have past them on to my siblings who love them as much as I do. I was wondering if you have any plans to make a Dragon Riders movie or TV show.

Thanks


Marka,

People have been hoping to bring Pern to the big or little screen for over 30 years now.

Currently Warner Brothers has the film rights.

We can keep our fingers crossed!

— Todd

 Posted by at 17:06
Nov 022016
 

Hi Todd, I heard there was a dragon Rider movie coming out soon. How can this be? I thought only you and your sister had permission to write about perm? Do you have any say in what the movie is about? I thought I read in one of your mom’s acknowledgements that she didn’t want a pern movie done? Or was it that the script she saw at the time was too terrible too allow?


Hi Brian,

‘Soon’ is a relative term. The Dragonriders of Pern® has been under option on and off for over 30 years now.

Currently it is under option with Warner Brothers. Warner Brothers so far has not asked me (or my sister) for any input. I understand (through the news) that they have hired a person to write the first draft screenplay.

With regards to Mum’s Will, she was referring to writing more novels, not screenplays.

Mum was referring to a particular script, I believe.

Cheers,

Todd

 Posted by at 08:30
Oct 062016
 

So my friend, Andi Klemm, informed me that George Wright Padgett and his publisher, Grey Gecko Press, have started a Kickstarter for a really nifty book launch — in a museum!

The book, Addleton Heights, is a steampunk detective mystery so what better place to launch it than the Cabinet of Curiosities on display at the Houston Museum of Natural Science?

If you’d like to participate, you can find the Kickstarter here.

 Posted by at 07:59